Services are held at St Mary the Virgin, Beech Hill, every Sunday at 10.30am, except when there is a combined benefice service in one of the other churches. Generally speaking (with seasonal variations), services are held on:
10.30am: Common Worship Holy Communion
10.30am: Songs of Praise
10.30am: Family Communion (this is listed as 'Holy Communion' on the rota)
10.30am: Parish Praise
5th Sundays: Benefice service
When there is a fifth Sunday in the month, or for some other occasions, e.g. during Lent, the churches in the benefice come together for a united benefice service, often with a guest speaker. The venue for this service varies and usually starts at 10.30am.
A Celtic Service is held on 3rd Sundays at 4.30pm. This is a reflective meditative service in the Celtic form with simple words and music. Do come and join us.
Morning Worship is a relaxed service with hymns and readings.
Traditionally, St Mary's in Beech Hill hosts the annual Rogation Sunday service. 'beating the bounds' - or at least, part of them - of the benefice boundary. In this service the Benefice congregations join together to ask for God’s blessing on our animals, crops and work, beginning in the church then walking around the village for a shortened version of 'beating the bounds', finishing with refreshments.