Being @acnbchurch during Coronavirus

About church in a time of pandemic…

The government announced on Sat 31st Oct that England will come under a broad period of Public Health restrictions ‚ÄėLockdown’ between Thursday 5th Nov and Thursday 2nd Dec. There will be no on-site worship in our church buildings, or Communion To Go during this time. Online services will continue.

Ask for help, or send prayer requests

Use this form to request prayer or help.

Prayer in church buildings – you can book

We are opening church buildings to allow for booked private prayer. Use the contact form to book or email

Upcoming Live Worship on-line

There may be more live events scheduled. See the full list on the live page or entering into your address bar.

Services are available on the live page for the rest of the day on which they go live. After that, they are available under ‘Recent worship recordings’ below.

Accessing our worship services

No invitation, joining fee, or signup is required to attend worship online. To join in on site please email to help us all stay safe during the pandemic.

  • Sunday: 09:30 Regular Sunday Worship online only at present.
  • Tuesday 17:15 Night prayer (Compline) online and available the rest of the evening.
  • Thursday 05:15 Morning prayer online (paused over Advent); available all day.

Sunday worship will currently be Online only due to Public Health Restrictions. It alternates with Worship for All on the first Sunday of the month. Most services and other activities are listed in our calendar of events.

Recent worship recordings and sermons

Advent Sunday 29 November

Reflecting these uncertain times, our Advent Sunday service is a service of readings, music and prayer on the Advent themes of anticipation, light and hope.

Night Prayer 24 November

Join Ian Wyllie for Visual Compline. Live from 5.15pm Tuesday 24 November. Psalm 101 according to Common Worship, and a reading from the Gospel of Matthew Chapter 9.

Compline or Night Prayer

Visual Compline or Night Prayer, according to Common Worship, with Ian Wyllie. On the night when the church remembers Leo, Bishop of Rome, 461 AD.

Archives of recorded services, and Archives of sermons and talks are available.