Our three churches offer a range of service styles each Sunday.  Our regular services include: said and sung Holy Communion; All Age Worship; and service of the Word.  Special services are held to celebrate major festivals such as Christmas, Easter, Harvest etc. and several times a year the three parishes worship together in a joint Benefice service.

You are also welcome to join us for a chat over a cup of coffee after each service.

For times of services in each church please go to the following pages: 

St. Michael's, Creech St. Michael   St. George's, Ruishton

                              Holy Cross, Thornfalcon

Service of Thanksgiving for Loved Ones who have died, Sunday 21 October at 3.00 pm at Creech St Michael parish church.

We hold this service every year at one of our churches and invite those who have lost a loved one in our parishes, or whose funerals we have taken either in our churches or in the Crematorium. People are invited to bring a flower to remember their loved one, which will be placed in a vase on the way in to church and brought to the front during the service. We also invite people to light candles in memory of their loved ones, and read out their names, if they wish, during the act of remembrance.

This service is for anyone who would like to remember someone they have loved and lost. There will be invitations in our churches in October, so please pick one up and feel free to invite anyone who is bereaved and you think might like to attend.

After the service, refreshments will be served, and an opportunity to meet with others.

Rebecca Harris

Morning Prayer is held at  8.30 am at Creech Parish Church on Mondays and Wednesdays, at Thornfalcon on Tuesdays and at Ruishton on Thursdays. This is a short, said service where we pray for the needs of our churches, communities and the world. Anyone is welcome to join us at any of these services.

Thornfalcon Services
Services at Thornfalcon Holy Cross

Ruishton Services
Ruishton Services

Creech St. Michael Services
Creech St. Michael Services