We all have different ways of experiencing God and expressing our thanks and praise through worship. Although one family, Christ Church has a variety of styles of services at different times on Sundays and in the week.

Unless otherwise mentioned, all of our services listed below meet in person but you can also watch live or catchup with our 10.30am service each week on our YOUTUBE CHANNEL or you can listen to sermons on our PODCAST.


9.15am Morning Worship at The Church Centre, Quakers Road. On the 1st and 3rd Sundays we have Morning Worship, Holy Communion on the 2nd and 4th. Once a term we have a Communion & Breakfast service with the Young People  – well known hymns and a warm welcome. 

10.30am Morning Worship a more contemporary and creative act of worship at the Parish Church. Currently our youth group are still meeting online.  We would love you to join us. See our Youth page to find out more. https://www.igniteyouth-christchurchdownend.co.uk/ignite-

Families at 10.30am An interactive and fun service for families, seated around tables in the parish hall. This is for the summer holidays whilst we are not able to offer our range of children’s groups. Families can either head straight to the parish hall from 10.30am or be part of the main church service and head over as directed 10 minutes in. For more info including how to book, email harriet.jolly@christchurchdownend.com.

6.30pm Celtic Compline 3rd Sunday of the month. A reflective act of worship based on the Celtic tradition.


9.15 – 9.45am Morning Prayer at the Parish Church. 


10am  Open Church  Currently operating online, Open Church offers fellowship and a chance to study God’s word together in a supportive atmosphere.  Newcomers are very welcome. 


7am – 7.30am Morning Prayer Currently online.


9.30am Holy Communion at the Parish Church. A thriving congregation meet each week around word and sacrament, in a relaxed yet slightly more traditional environment. Where possible tea and coffee and fellowship are shared together after the service.


Further information

Please see our information about accessibility.

Two special Easter publications:

Celtic Easter Service Paper

A Journey towards the Cross