Sunday Services


Services start promptly at 10:30am, but you can join us from 10am for chat. If you have a Smart TV you may want to watch the service from YouTube and then interact with the service from another device.

You'll be able to get an order of service from here (Sun 5th July). All of our previous services are available on our YouTube channel.

Children's activities are here (Sunday 5th July)


Post-service coffee meets on Zoom: either click this link or call 01480 597123 to join us for coffee and chat.




Services during the Covid-19 pandemic:

All public services are currently suspended. However, we are broadcasting services live on our YouTube channel on Sundays from 10:30am. If you subscribe to our YouTube channel you'll get updates when new services are being published. There's some more information about what we're doing here.

In addition, we'll be saying Compline (Night Prayer) together at 8 pm on Tuesday and Thursday using Zoom

Night Prayer

To access the service of Compline click here (or on the image above) a few minutes before 8 pm.


Accessing services using the telephone

For anyone unable to access services using the internet, you can now dial in on a normal telephone and listen. (This includes Sunday morning services). All you need to do is ring 01480 597 123 about 5 minutes before the service starts.


Our normal pattern of services is:

On 4th Sundays at 7pm there is a Taizé style service at Graham church.

Junior Church

Junior Church is available for 3-11yo children on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of the month in Brampton. The group meets in the vestry and the usual pattern is that the children leave during the first song and then come back to participate in Holy Communion.All of our Junior Church leaders are DBS checked.

Morning Prayer

Morning Prayer is said on Mondays in Ellington, on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Brampton. and on Wednesdays in Grafham (all at 9am). You are most welcome to join us for morning prayer, either regularly or just as you can make it.


Our All Together services move between the three churches following the pattern below: