Wedding services are always a special
occasion at St Gregory's church

Baptisms are usually held at 11.45 am after the Holy Communion service.

Funeral services are held at St Gregory's Church

In Holy Week, we will be offering opportunities for prayer and reflection throughout the week, beginning on Monday evening by welcoming our friend Andrew Payne, the Church Army officer based at Haverhill to share with us an audio-visual presentation entitled ‘Stations: journeying with Jesus’. On Tuesday, we will be sharing in Compline at Chilton with a brief reflection and on Wednesday Compline will be at St. Greg’s before we move into our usual pattern of services over Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Day.



Weekly Services 

8am     Holy Communion (BCP)
BCP – a traditional service without hymns which lasts for about 45minutes

10am     Parish Eucharist (CW)
CW – a service using the modern prayer book with hymns and lasting about 70 minutes

6.30pm   Evensong (BCP)
1st Sunday of the month
A traditional sung service on the 1st Sunday of each month


9.00am   Morning Prayer


6.15pm     Contemplative Prayer Group (see more information in Prayer  on the home page)

10.00am     Holy Communion (BCP)
A service without hymns which lasts for about 30 minutes. This is followed by coffee and biscuits from 10.30am to 12noon– all are welcome. Please drop in.

Harvest Festival Service

Sunday 16th September 2018



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Children's Corner

The children's corner is situated in the side chapel of the church and is open for every service.From January 2018 this will revert to being a  creche where parents or guardians can look after their child during the service if they so wish. On the fourth Sunday of each month there will be a service for families with younger children called 4@4. This will be from 4pm until 4.45pm and include music, songs, stories and art/craft  time.