The Church is open daily for visitors. Many visitors comment on the peace they find in this ancient place of worship.
A service is held at 9.15 am each Sunday - Family Services are being held at 9.45 on a trial basis through the summer of 2009. The church tries to meet all expectations of worship and offers two Communion services, a Service of Morning Prayer and the more informal Family Service (see note opposite).
The Ministry Team for the church comprises the Priest in Charge, Reader and two Church wardens.
The church has excellent acoustics and is used occasionally as a concert venue by our many gifted local musicians.The church aims to be at the heart of the community and welcomes groups to visit and use its facilities.
1st Sunday -Family Service
2nd Sunday- Holy Communion
3rd Sunday Morning Prayer
4th Sunday Holy Communion
All services are in English.
Visitors are made very welcome.
At the end of March the Rev Dr Jean Prosser was licensed to the group as a non stipendiary Priest in Charge.
Rev Dr Jean is well known to us as the person who has been a Reader, then Curate and now Priest in Charge.
The Church has ecumenical links with Norton Baptist Church and, until it closed at the end of 2007, the local Catholic church at Broad Oak. An ecumenical service is held every year to celebrate the close ties between the churches The Grosmont Group is involved in an ecumenical Bible Study which meets every fortnight.
We have a children’s corner in St. Bridget’s Church with a selection of books, activity sheets and a quiz. Our monthly Family Service is designed to engage all ages in worship and activities.
During term-time, an after-school club “Monday Club” meets every week on Monday in Cross Ash Hall, 3.30pm to 5.00pm - ages 3 years to 14 years.