The Parish Church of St Saviour dates from the second half of the 11th Century and is one of the largest and most beautifully situated of the island churches. Both the Church and the Churchyard are saturated in the history of Jersey with veterans of the Battles of Waterloo and Trafalgar buried here. Most famously, Lillie Langtry, daughter of a former Rector of St Saviour’s is also buried in our churchyard.
Today, St Saviour’s remains a place of welcome and worship with its faithful congregation gathering to worship at the times shown below. Special services take place regularly and we have a strong choral tradition, music being an essential part of our worship of Almighty God. As a loving community, we seek to support one another and be a sign of God’s love in the world.
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Sunday 08.00 Holy Communion.
Sunday 09.45 Parish Communion.
2nd Sunday in the Month Family Service 09.45am.