Keeping everyone safe
We are opening the Church for said services every Sunday at 10.00 amd and for private prayer every Thursday from 10.00-12.00. Further details: 'Open' All Saints; and you can consult our full procedures and Risk Assessment .
How do I worship/pray?
In this 'interim' phase many of us are continuing to worship apart. But there are ways of being together, both for those with the Internet and those without.
Without the Internet
Each week we are producing a set of prayers, a short reflection and more that we can print out, along with the collects and readings and either deliver or post to you. If you would like us to do this, please please email us or call Rev Jo on 01992 584899 and she will put you in touch with the team.
With the Internet
We are posting a variety of local, diocesan and national resources on our website and stream a service every Sunday.
There are links to many videos, ideas for prayer, hymns to sing-along with, sermons to consider, activities for children and more for them on our Messy Church FaceBook page.
Jo blogs daily with thoughts for reflection as 'Canon Jo Blogs'.
Need a chat/some practical help?The All Saints family would like to reach out to those who are isolated and could do with someone to talk to. We have a group of friends who would like to support all those who need it. If it would be helpful for you to have someone call you, or a friend, please email us or call Rev Jo on 01992 584899 and she will arrange for someone to get in touch.
For more information on keeping yourself safe please see UK Government guidance.
Visiting the church for private prayer.
Prayer for today
Read it or hear it here.
Download prayers for each day in Holy Week.
Services for Home Use
Thoughts for the week
Want ideas for worship?
Want help to pray?
Can we pray for you?
Please e-mail your request to us.
Need a chat?
Please email us.
Do you need support?
Please email us.
How to look after your Mental Health.
Eastertide edition of our newsletter to read/share/print/distribute.
How to find us
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