The worship of Farringdon Church draws upon the traditions of the Christian Church. It can be described best as a traditional service of Worship. The first Sunday of each month, as well as Easter Sunday, the Morning Worship includes the Sacrament of Communion as a part of the service. the order of worship is altered so that Holy Communion is observed by all present. Sung responses, The Chanting of The Lord’s Prayer, The Chanting of The Sanctus and Agnus Dei are all included during Corporate Communion.
Music is a very important part of our worship tradition. Our organ is a Casavant – a Canadian organ and one of the finest makes available. The Senior Choir sings during Morning Worship regularly.
Services are at 10:30 a.m. throughout the entire year. Special services during the year include observance of Advent and the lighting of the Advent Candles, Christmas Eve Service at 7 p.m., Children’s Christmas Pageant, Choir Cantatas, Lenten observances, Good Friday worship, Easter Services, Harvest and Thanksgiving observances, and Remembrance Day Worship.
The Chancel Committee assists greatly in preparing the altar and Chancel for worship and in decorating the Sanctuary each Sunday.