Worship at Wimborne Minster

Please continue to follow possible changes and updates on the church website and in the weekly newsletter. For regular services see below

9.30 am Parish Communion Every Sunday (also on YouTube)
11.15 am Minster Praise (2nd & 4th Sundays)
6.30 pm Evening Prayer Every Sunday

8.30 am Morning Prayer (daily except Sundays)
5.00 pm Evening Prayer (daily except Sundays
9.30 am Agape Home Communion (Wednesdays)

 

LIve Service Link
The Order of Service and words of the Readings and Prayers for the Sunday 9.30 service can be found in these links.

The order of service for the 11.15 Minster Praise is available.

Children's Resources

It is possible to join the Zoom services through the telephone number 0203 481 5240. Enter the meeting number (883 2976 1518) and follow the instructions. (You will need to use # key)

For more information on joining.

In more normal times:

 We offer a range of services at the Minster including:

On Sundays

8am Holy Communion (BCP) – a said, reflective service using traditional language, including a short homily

9.45am Parish Eucharist (CW1) – a modern language service with the Minster Choir singing a choral setting, with sermon.  Sunday School (age 4-11) meets during this service and joins us for Holy Communion

11.15 Minster Praise (2nd and 4th Sundays) – a relaxed, inter-active service with more modern music and a worship band

6.30pm Evensong/Evening Prayer – a traditional language service (choral during term-time) for the evening.  From time to time, this service is replaced by a more creative act of worship in a contemporary style (see website for details)

On Weekdays

Morning Prayer is said on Monday - Friday at 8.30am (entry by St. George's door)

Evening Prayer is said Monday-Friday at 5pm in the Minster

Wednesday 9.30am Holy Communion (CW1) – a simple said service of Holy Communion in Trinity Chapel Note: Until end 2019 this will be held at 9.00am on Tuesdays.

Friday 11am Holy Communion (BCP) – a traditional language service with hymns, including a short homily – at St Margaret’s Chapel

Festivals and Saints’ days: There is usually a said service of Holy Communion at 9.30am in Trinity Chapel

On rare occasions the basic pattern changes – it’s always worth checking the detail of what’s coming up on the home page of the website.

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