Our website uses the UK Government access keys system to help users who may not be comfortable with using a pointing device such as a computer mouse.

Please note that the use of accessibility keys is only available with a physical keyboard.

Unfortunately, different browsers use access keys in different ways. In general you need to hold down a key or two, and then press the access key you want. Please refer to the table below for some of the more common browser key combinations:

Browser Windows Mac Linux
Internet Explorer [Alt] + access key N/A N/A
Firefox [Alt]+[Shift] + access key [Control]+[Alt] + access key [Alt]+[Shift] + access key
Chrome [Alt] + access key [Control]+[Alt] + access key [Alt] + access key
Safari [Alt] + access key [Control]+[Alt] + access key N/A
Opera 12.1 or older [Shift]+[Esc] + access key [Shift]+[Esc] + access key [Shift]+[Esc] + access key
Opera 15 or newer [Alt] + access key [Alt] + access key [Alt] + access key

The UK Government access keys for the relevant pages of our website can be found below:

Access Key Website Location
S Skips our branding and navigation at the top of our pages and takes you straight to the page content.
1 Returns you to the home page of our website.
2 Takes you to our news page that keeps you up to date with the group.
3 Takes you to our sitemap page that details the contents of our website.
7 Takes you to our contact page where you can submit a complaint via our form.
8 Takes you to our terms of use page that details your use of our website.
9 Takes you to our contact page where you can give feedback via our form.
0 Takes you to this page that details how to use our access keys.

Music plays a huge part of our worship at St. Francis. The major musical performance during the past year was our Christmas Extravaganza.

The Church Choir sang Christmas songs with Seasons and the evening raised £500.

Some of the highlights of the evening were the choir singing Santa Baby, Seasons and the audience singing The Twelve Days Of Christmas with actions and Seasons gave a fantastic performance of “Scrooge

— Royston Orme, Director of Music, St. Francis Of Assisi Friar Park —