We have a wide range of service across our three churches – from family friendly services to quieter, reflective services, from modern language to the Book of Common Prayer. 

You’re welcome to join us.

NB - For information on services at special times of the year, such as Christmas and Easter, please refer to our Parish Diary.  Please also check the Parish Diary for any changes to our regular services.

St Dunstan's


Sunday 8am Holy Communion

This quieter service follows the Book of Common Prayer and has a brief sermon.

Sunday 9.30am Parish Eucharist

This service has hymns and often features an anthem from our choir.  During school term-time, there is a Sunday School for children aged between 4 and 10.  We are very happy for younger and older children to be in church

Sunday 6pm Reflect (second Sunday of the month) 

A brief, reflective service.

Sunday 6pm Evensong (third Sunday of the month) 

Following the Book of Common Prayer

Wednesday 11am Holy Communion 

Following the Book of Common Prayer and with a homily.  We occasionally join with St Alban’s at 10.00am – please check the latest Parish Diary.

St Alban’s

Sunday 10.45am Eucharist

A service using modern language, with hymns, a choir and a Sunday School during term time. 

Wednesday 10am Eucharist

A quiet, said service of Holy Communion.  Around once a month, this is a ‘Table Eucharist’ – a service held around a table remembering Jesus’ Last Supper.

St Oswald's


Sunday 10am Service

A service using modern language, with hymns, a choir and a Sunday School during term time. 

Children In Our Church Services and Family Services


We fully recognise that it can feel daunting and challenging to bring children to a church service.  During school term time, we offer Sunday Schools for children of primary school age across the parish at our main Sunday morning services.  We are more than happy for babies and younger children to be in church – we really won’t mind if they make a noise!  Older children are encouraged to find their own place in church, perhaps by joining one of our choirs or the serving teams.

We are also starting a monthly Family Service at St Dunstan's Church - look out on Latest News for when!

Holy Ground on Facebook 

Holy Ground is a  Facebook page for the people of Cheam, Worcester Park and Belmont. It’s a page that, we hope, will attract followers of Jesus Christ, curious spiritual seekers and everyone in between; building community and helping us to grow in faith, hope and love.


As we look to be more collaborative, more creative and more risk-taking in our communities, the ground on which we are standing feels full of the promise of new life, new possibilities; a place of sacred encounter. Holy Ground may be a space in which we can explore together what God may be inviting us to step into.