Worship lies at the heart of the Christian life. It is in worship that we express our understanding of who God is and define our own identity in relationship to God and one another. It is through encountering God within worship that we are formed (and transformed) as his people.

We do this, in part through liturgy which many believe is one of the glories of the Church of England.  Liturgy refers to the patterns, forms, words and actions through which public worship is conducted.  In the Church of England there are still two authorised forms of services – The Book of Common Prayer and Common Worship.

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The structure of worship throughout the year revolves around the Liturgical Year.