'a serving community; aspiring to follow Jesus; for the good of the world'
All Saints Public Worship during COVID restrictions
We thank God that All Saints is once again open for public worship in accordance with Government guidelines and advice from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York. All of our worship is live streamed. Here is our usual weekly programme:
Tuesday at 1030 Morning Prayer (live streamed)
Wednesday at 1130 Said Eucharist (public worship in All Saints, and live streamed)
Thursday at 1800 Evening Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer(live streamed)
Friday at 1130 Prayer During the Day(live streamed)
Saturday at 1800 Night Prayer (Compline) from the Book of Common Prayer(live streamed)
Sunday at 1000 Eucharist with Hymns (public worship in All Saints, and live streamed)
When we are able to reopen our regular programme for public worship is as follows:
Every Sunday at 8:45am
A said service of Holy Communion with address.
The liturgy of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer is followed on the last Sunday of the month.
First Sunday of every month at 10:00am.
A more informal service. Sung worship led by our singers and musicians. Young people lead intercessions and take an active role within the service. Projected images, enacted liturgy, dramatised readings as appropriate.
Cubs, Scouts, Brownies and Guides usually attend.
Every second, third and fourth Sunday at 10:00am.
Our Parish Eucharist lasts approximately 1 hour. Sung worship is led by the choir and often includes an anthem and/or Taize chants. Children/young peoples' activities and creche offered
Care Through Prayer
A dedicated prayer team is available following any service at All Saints'.
Prayer is offered in complete confidence and is administered by members of the healing prayer team.
Every Wednesday at 10:30am for ½ hour. Followed by coffee.
A said service of Holy Communion with prayers for the sick and those in need. Includes address.
A monthly service of song, prayer, meditation, candles, poetry, atmosphere and 'ambiance'.
A termly act of worship meeting in the woods behind the church. Forest Church celebrates creation through story telling, liturgy, music and crafts. Tea and toast are enjoyed around the fire.
Bible stories, craft activities and food! An all age act of worship held on the last Sunday of the month between 2.00pm and 4.00pm in the woods behind the church.