Sunday Services 2

From February 6th 2022 the Sunday service is 10:30 a.m.


NEWS!! Choral Evensong is now held on the 3rd Sunday of the month starting 15th January 2023 6:00pm!



On the first Sunday of the month our All Age Service is held at All Saints.  The service is AROUND 45 minutes long, at the usual service time.  It’s geared towards children and families with modern music and led by Children's Minister Beth Henshaw, but everyone is welcome. The service is relaxed and participative, with music that is easy to sing and that all the family can enjoy. If you haven’t been to church for a while, this is a good place to start! There is no celebration of Holy Communion during this service. 

On the second and fourth Sundays of the month we have a service of Holy Communion. The choir sings at these services. 

 Children’s groups are held during the Holy Communion service. They start the service with their parents in the church and then they go through into the Narthex Room which is attached to the church with Beth Henshaw (Aston's Children's Minister). They take part in our wonderful Footprints & Fun session and you can see just what they get up to here. You will need to go with your children and register them on the first time they attend. They re-join us after about half an hour in time to come to the altar for a blessing as we share the bread and wine together as one body.

On the third Sunday of the month is a Morning Worship service with choir. This service includes 3 hymns, some parts of the service are sung to familiar hymn tunes and there is often a sung blessing by the choir.

At Aston, services may differ on the fifth Sunday of the month, this may take the form of Holy Communion, Morning Worship, all Age Worship or a Songs of Praise.

Choral Evensong service is a reflective, traditional and prayerful service held on one or two Sundays in the month, at 6:00 p.m.  (see announcements above or calendar) The service draws on the traditional and poetic language of the Book of Common Prayer, and is led by the choir singing psalms, responses and an anthem.  This quiet and prayerful service is a calming way to prepare for the week ahead. Please check the diary for evensong dates. 

At Easter, Christmas and when other special things are happening our usual pattern of services can change, so it’s always good to check the calendar.

There is parking available close to the church, on the road and in the Aston Hall car park and you can expect a warm welcome, great worship, an impacting preach and a friendly bunch of people gathering together to learn more about God. 

After the main service finishes there will an be opportunity for further prayer if needed. There is tea, coffee and biscuits served in the Narthex Room adjoined to All Saints, Aston.

Please do come and join us!


Our Sunday services follow a pattern as below:

On the first Sunday of the month we start at 9:00 a.m. for Holy Communion at Holy Trinity, Ulley which lasts around 1 hour.

On the second Sunday of the month we start at 10:30 a.m. for a service of Morning Worship at Holy Trinity, Ulley which lasts around 1 hour. 

On the third Sunday of the month we start at 10:30 a.m. for Holy Communion at Holy Trinity, Ulley which lasts around 1 hour.

On the fourth Sunday of the month we start at 9:00 a.m. for a service of Morning Worship at Holy Trinity, Ulley which lasts around 1 hour. 

On the fifth Sunday of the month we start at 10:30 a.m. for a service of Morning Worship at Holy Trinity, Ulley which lasts around 1 hour. 

There is a regular, all age (3 years to 90) worshipping community of 26 and it is a very happy and friendly place to worship. The majority of the congregation is not resident in the village but have come to this church in response to our style of worship, enjoying the peace, friendliness and joy of worshiping in a small congregation. Together we enjoy playing an active part in our services, by leading the prayers and bible readings.
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The church council is very active and works hard to maintain the worship and fabric of the Church. We meet our commitments to the Common Fund and make annual donations to a range of Charities.
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The congregation is committed to an active prayer ministry and a weekly Prayer Diary is circulated electronically. Children are welcomed at Ulley and are involved in the Sunday service through a variety of crafts and activities and there is a play area at the back of Church. Each year we hold 4-5 craft based events for families in the village helping children prepare for major events such as Easter and Harvest. 

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All are made most welcome at Holy Trinity, Ulley so please do come along and join us!



Information on service times for both churches can be found in our calendar under the Communication tab.

If you have any questions about our Sunday Services or need to get in touch with us about any other enquiry we will be happy to help. Please Contact Us for more information.