The heartbeat of the church is our worshipping community, as we gather together on Sundays and midweek to seek God. Our worship is expressed in a variety of different styles, but all with the same focus – Jesus.
Visitors and newcomers are always very welcome at any of our services – do come along! On the first Sunday and Tuesday of each month our services are particularly aimed at those exploring the Christian faith.
Our Sunday services are informal and lively, with contemporary worship, Bible-based preaching and prayer. They are underpinned by a desire to seek the presence of God, and grow in our faith. Each Sunday there is also a lively children’s programme.
Our upcoming sermon series starting in April will be focusing on prayer.
Catch up with our sermons on our media page.
Our Tuesday lunchtime services are designed around busy City workers, with people coming and going throughout the service and staying for as long (or little) as they can. Most of the hour is worship-based, led by our experienced and gifted contemporary worship team. At 1:20 there is a 10-minute talk from the Bible, with an emphasis on living out our faith in the workplace.
For the Autumn Series we’re focusing on ‘The Attributes of God’.
Evensong is a traditional service with beautiful choral settings of scripture and prayers, set alongside readings and a short sermon from the Bible. St. Sepulchre’s has a rich choral heritage and the music is led by our superb professional choir. It is a great way to unwind and refresh at the end of a busy day.
We have been extremely fortunate to have received some very generous donations, to fund elements of our choral worship here at St. Sepulchre’s. We are particularly grateful to the following:
The Mercers’ Company (mercers.co.uk) – who are funding the costs associated with employing our Director of Music, Peter Asprey
The Friends of the Musicians’ Chapel (musicianschapel.org.uk) – who are funding an Organ Scholarship here at St. Sepulchre’s, currently held by Ashley Wagner
The Musicians’ Company (wcom.org.uk) – who are funding a choral scholarship at St. Sepulchre’s, currently held by Emily Meredith
St. John’s College, Oxford (sjc.ox.ac.uk) – who have been our Patron at St. Sepulchre for more than 350 years, and who are funding a choral scholarship at St. Sepulchre’s, currently held by Eavan Dowse”
Communion at St Sepulchre’s
We celebrate Communion on the 3rd Tuesday evening and final Sunday of every month.
“Be filled with the Spirit, speaking to one another with psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit.” – Ephesians 5:18-19