Worship is at the heart of Ferryhill Parish Church as is recognised in the mission statement of the congregation which asserts that we will 'make worship the central feature of the life of congregation and parish'.
All the ministries that take place in and around Ferryhill Parish Church are an expression of our desire to worship God with what we do, what we say, and what we think.
Worship is both a personal state of being, an attitude towards God and life, and an action that can be undertaken individually or in community. Within Ferryhill Parish Church we have a number of ways in which you can come to worship God in community.
Worship for All Ages
Morning Worship is held every Sunday at 11 a.m. This is the main act of public worship.
Sunday Evening Worship
Usually held on the third Sunday in the month (from September to June) at 6 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel. This is a more relaxed and intimate setting for worship and includes the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
The Sacrament of Holy Communion
The Lord's Supper is open to all. It is celebrated quarterly (January, March, July and November) during morning worship, and monthly at the evening services.
Home communion is arranged for housebound members on request.
Services are held in the local nursing and residential homes, led by members of the Worship Task Group.