Archived: Collective Worship Blog
Collective worship strengthens and supports the distinctive Christian character of our school, reaffirms our Christian values and celebrates the uniqueness of every child within our school community.
Pupils are invited to join acts of collective worship every day at Christ Church (Erith) CofE Primary School. Each week begins with whole school acts of worship, including Bible readings, worship songs, corporate and individual prayers, traditional Anglican liturgy, blessings from visiting clergy and confirmations of faith.
The daily Christian act of worship is central to our ethos and is supported by all staff, governors and clergy from Christ Church (Erith). Our acts of Collective Worship reflect the variety of traditions found in the Church of England, as well as other Christian traditions, and recognises and follows the Church's liturgical year. Leading Lights have also lead acts of worship about the different saints (including those our buildings are named after!). To read these, please click here.
Each blog contains information from the current and previous year's acts of worship - enjoy learning more about how we grow in faith in our school!