8.00am-St Mary’s, Bridport (Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion)
9.30am-St Swithun’s, Allington (Eucharist)
9.30am-Holy Trinity, Bradpole (alternating Holy Communion & Morning Praise)
11.00am-St Mary’s, Bridport (Holy Communion on 3 Sundays and 1 Morning Praise)
Click here to view our Team Calendar Holy Trinity Bothenhampton, St John’s and St Mary’s Walditch will also have Holy Communion Services on some Sundays
Mondays 10am Morning Praise in St John’s West Bay
Tuesdays 10am-12noon Private Prayer in St Mary’s, South St Bridport
Monthly on first Tuesday of month 2.30pm Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Bradpole
Monthly on first Wednesday of month 2.30pm Holy Communion at St Mary’s Bridport
Monthly on second Wednesday of month 2.30pm Prayer For All at Holy Trinity Bothenhampton
Thursdays 10am Eucharist in St Swithun’s Allington followed by private prayer till midday.
Thursdays 10am Holy Communion/Morning Praise (alternating) at St Mary’s Walditch.
Monthly on first Saturday 6pm Contemplative Church St Swithun’s Allington (starts Sept)
Monthly on fourth Saturday 6pm Wholeness & Healing at St John’s West Bay .
Online: One Service will be available ONLINE on Sundays from 10.30am available on this website & Facebook.
Don’t forget you can Dial 01308 538 187 to listen to a Bridport Team Ministry service.
“I am looking forward to us being a worshipping community again in the wider sense, so it will be wonderful that more of us can be together,” says Revd Deb Smith.
Any plan relies on all our churches being ‘COVID safe’ which involves keeping ‘track and trace’ records/scan QR code, as well as stewarding (to manage social distancing) and thorough cleaning after each service.
Face masks are mandatory in places of worship. Anyone entering a church, whether for private prayer, an organised service or other reason, must wear a face covering. The Church of England has updated its coronavirus guidance to reflect the new law.
It states that there are a few exemptions: anyone leading a service, or helping the service leader by reading, preaching or leading prayer, can remove their mask, although they must replace it at times when it’s impossible to maintain social distancing – particularly when distributing holy communion.
Singing by members of the congregation is still prohibited in church.