Prayer

Cafe Church @ the HUB

You are invited to come and enjoy:
Free Coffee, Cake, chit-chat and led Prayer
on the first Friday of each month, in the HUB at St John's, 10.30 - noon

 

Daily Office 

Since the days of the Early Church, Christians have gathered together to worship, pray and read the Scriptures. The Daily Offices is sustained in monastic communities and by the clergy, combines these three elements in services that are both simple and enriching.

  Find a time of the day when you are unlikely to be disturbed for a half hour. Click on the appropriate link below and join your prayers with millions of people in the Anglican Church all over the world.

 The Offices are from the book of Common Worship for today GMT

Morning Prayer Evening Prayer Night Prayer

Daily Prayer provided by the official
Church of England web site,
© The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004

 

An alternative to this style of Daily Prayer is the style that is used by the Northumbria Community. This has a much more Celtic feel to it. If you would like to try this then right click on the following link and go to 'open in new window' and follow the instructions.

http://www.northumbriacommunity.org/pray-the-daily-office

 

Holy Communion is celebrated during the week as follows:
 
   Wednesday

Holy Communion, Book of Common Prayer style, is a service which shows off the beauty of the traditional English language. There are no hymns in this service and for those familiar with Common Worship we use Order Two. This much loved service with its use of traditional English lends itself beautifully to a church with this much history. There are two different times and venues for this mid-week service as noted below.

Mid-Week Holy Communion at Holy Trinity

Every Wednesday at 10am.

Mid-Week Holy Communion at St John's, Knaresborough
Every Wednesday at 11am.