Reydon Church

Vicar In Charge: Revd. Alan Perry Tel: 01502 453 624
Church Warden: Jan Collins
01502 725 731   Send Email
Postcode: IP18 6PB

Mr John Collins – Safeguarding Officer – Tel: 01502 725731  eMail: The Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser can be contacted on 07785 621319 (available 8am to 8pm)

Our safeguarding statement can be viewed in the downloads section of this page.

Open 9am until 5pm.

Worshippers are required to sanitise their hands on entry to the church and to respect the need to maintain a safe distance from others while moving around the church. You are welcome to remove your face mask once you are situated in the pew. Please wear a face mask when coming forward for Communion. 


Standard Service Pattern – will resume in June

1st Sunday of Month      2nd Sunday of Month

9.30am  Eucharist (CW)   8am Holy Communion (BCP)              

                                                9.30am Eucharist (CW)   


3rd Sunday of Month    4th Sunday of Month

9.30am  Eucharist (CW)   8am   Holy Communion (BCP)

                                                9.30am Eucharist/Feast

5th Sunday of Month No service

Special services are undertaken throughout the year so please check our upcoming services page


FEAST means an all age interactive service, suitable for families, often with a Worship Band.

BCP = Book of Common Prayer. Said service of Holy Communion.

Eucharist = Sung service of Holy Communion.

CW means Common Worship, using contemporary language with a mixture of traditional and modern hymns, played on the organ

St Margaret’s is the parish church for the village of Reydon and strives to be there for everyone in the community. It is one of eight churches which work together as The Sole Bay Team Ministry. Please get in touch if you ever need us, whether or not you think of yourself as a churchgoer.

At St Margaret’s, we try to be an open, caring family in which everyone can find a place. We are an active church who are always delighted to welcome new people, whatever their age and background and there are many ways to be involved from a choir to bell ringing, Bible studies and lunches.

In our efforts to be a church for the whole community, we offer a wide variety of services, including- Sung Eucharist (using Common Worship), traditional Prayer Book and less formal all-age worship. As well as regular worship Sunday by Sunday, we hold a number of special services through the year to celebrate important festivals such as Easter, Harvest, and Christmas. There is a regular programme of groups and activities for children, young people and adults.

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