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A Description  of the site and of the various pages. 

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the Times of Church Services and Groups

to find out how to contact us and make bookings

Parish Organisations Section, including meeting times

a History of St Cyprian's  Church and the Parish, plus links to other sites

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You will be very welcome at any of our services -- we'd love to see you.  (Fuller details from the Church and on the Calendar Page. Click here. )

Interior of St Cyprian's Church, from the organ loft, looking towards the altar.








Family Eucharist   (followed by Refreshments)


4.00pm  Evening Service on some Sundays  (for details click here  for the CALENDAR Page) (6.30pm in Summer)







First Tues  2.00pm

Holy Eucharist:  Service of Wholeness and Healing




 Click this link to get a street map of our immediate location




To confirm time etc. of any service, click here  for the CALENDAR Page)




The Blessed Sacrament is permanently reserved in Church for the Sick and Dying and those unable to make their communion at service times




If you are ill or housebound, we will arrange to bring Communion to you or we could arrange to celebrate communion in your home.  Pease contact the Rector at the Phone number above or at rector@frechevilleparish.org.uk 
For Christenings, Weddings, Blessings of Marriage/ Renewal of Marriage Vows (perhaps after a rocky patch or for a significant anniversary) or other services, please contact the Rector at the Phone number above or at rector@frechevilleparish.org.uk 


Most of our Services are in accordance with Common Worship (The New Service Book of the Church of England). The Celebration of the Holy Eucharist almost invariably follows the options and rules of Order One -- Modern Language. Readings from the Bible at services are from a modern translation, normally The New International Version of the Bible. Hymns and Songs are from a wide variety of sources, including Hymns Ancient ant Modern (Revised), Mission Praise Books 1, 2 and the Combined Edition plus some we have written ourselves. 

We produce a weekly leaflet containing the reading for the Holy Eucharist: details of many of the other parts of the service, including seasonal words etc; numbers of the hymns and the words of any hymn or song not in the hymn book being used for that service. You are very welcome to take the leaflet home with you. 

We have produced a series of service booklets to guide you through our main services. 




Last modified: December 23, 2003