Music is at the heart of our worship at St. Wulfran’s.
We have a varied tradition of music. Our main Sunday Eucharist is sung, with organ and a small robed choir and using a wide selection of hymns and worship songs, both new and traditional. Particularly on First Sundays, there is more emphasis on modern songs, sometimes accompanied on guitar.
On Second Sunday evenings, we have informal congregational worship, utilising different music styles – Taize, Celtic, jazz, Gospel, Praise.
Three or four times a year, we hold a traditional Sung Evensong using the words of the Book of Common Prayer.
Each month, on Second Wednesdays, there is a Songs of Praise service in the Village Hall, with piano accompaniment.
The church choir practices are held on the second Thursday of each month at 7pm. Anyone interested in joining the choir should contact Martin Knott: firstname.lastname@example.org tel 01273 302561.
Deans Praise Group
This group grew out of an ecumenical initiative launched by St Wulfran’s church in 2015. We meet monthly (generally the first Friday of the month) to:
- sing favourite hymns and songs,
- learn new ones, and
- enjoy fellowship together.
The meetings are hosted by different churches in the area. The group has led the singing at various ecumenical services held in the Deans.
If you think you might like to join us or would like more information please contact: Shirley Ross tel 01273 301075 or email@example.com