With effect from 24 March 2020, all Church of England churches were closed, including fo private prayer, in an effort to help limit the transmission of the coronavirus COVID-19. 

Sadly our Church is, therefore, now closed until the Government instruct us that is is safe to re-open but the worship of God can continue in our hearts and in our homes.

Although we can't hold a service in the Church, Rev Anne Barker has recorded a Lent Communion service which you can follow along with on YouTube using the service sheet she has prepared.  Click on the  'Service Sheet' button below to open the service sheet so you can print it;  click on the 'Service' button to open the YouTube video in a new tab.

For information about other ways to join in with Sunday worship from your home please go to our Events Page for copies of the services that will be said by one of our ministry team or visit the Diocese of St Albans website 

First Sunday of the month: Parish Communion at 11 am
This is a traditional communion service.

2nd Sunday of the month:   Evensong at 6 pm
This is a reflective service often led by our old friend, lay reader, Roy Pinnock

3rd Sunday of the month:  Social Sunday at 11 am  This morning gathering is aimed at anyone who  would like to join the PCC for an hour or so to have coffee, have a chat, get to know their neighbours in the village and generally enjoy some company.  There will be a quiet space for those who would like to have a period of reflection.  We welcome everyone of all faiths or none to come and enjoy the beauty of our lovely parish church.

4th Sunday of the month:  Family Service at 11 am
This is a relaxed service often with a lively theme (recently Teddy Bear’s picnic, Kings and Queens or Harry Potter) when families can come together, introduce their children to worship and enjoy our historic church.  We usually have refreshments after the service so that we can catch up with regular visitors or get to know new families.  We welcome all ages to this service which majors on friendliness and sense of community.

5th Sundays are usually United Benefice Services which rotate around the three churches in the Benefice of Silsoe, Flitton and Pulloxhill