6.30pm on the first Sunday there is a Communion called the 'Celtic Eucharist', because the words used are from the Northumbrian Community books of prayers. The music is on the piano and the congregation are gathered in a circle around the Nave Altar.
The Celtic Eucharist is valued by worshippers from a range of traditions, and the pace of the service allows time for reflection and quiet prayer. There is a short sermon and the whole service lasts about 60 minutes.
Occasionally, if the service in the morning was changed from All Age Worship to a Holy Communion Service then the evening service will be a 'service of the word'.
also on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 6.30pm - There is Book of Common Prayer Choral Evensong at a church in the Knutsford Deanery
and on the 5th Sunday at 6.30 pm we share worship with the Knutsford Methodists, either at the Methodist Church or St Cross.