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Worship at Fareham United Reformed Church

The worship of the church is lively, varied and inclusive. Members of the congregation take part in the worship by reading the bible lessons and from time to time in leading intercessions. There is a choir and a music group who take part in worship on an irregular basis. The main hymn books used are Rejoice & Sing and The Source, but a variety of other material is used and welcomed by the congregation. Projection facilities are used during most services.

The main service of worship is held each week at 10.30am. The service is a family service and all ages are welcome. There is a fully equipped creche available for babies. The members of the Junior Church usually leave the main service for activities suitable for a variety of age groups and children or young people attending will be given a warm welcome.

An evening service is held at 6.00pm on the first Sunday of each month. This is a more informal or intimate service and is often led by the Worship Group. It may occasionally be a communion service.

The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper (Holy Communion) is celebrated during the service on the 3rd Sunday Morning each month. The invitation to participate is from the Lord Jesus Christ and all including children of all ages are welcome and are included in the celebration.

The church takes a full part in ecumenical services with the other member churches of Christians Together in Fareham.