Coronavirus Update

During the latest National Lockdown, the decision was taken to close the Church to Public Worship. Government rules did allow church services to continue but we felt it would be wise for everyone’s safety to remain closed until at least the end of February.

All Saints re-opened for gathered public worship on Palm Sunday 27th March 2021.

We now have a limited number of services all of which are socially distanced with strict Covid protocols in place, including the mandatory wearing of face coverings.

For those who feel unable to attend church, we will continue to provide a broadcast online service every Sunday, please visit our Worship from Home page for details.

The Church is open for Private Prayer from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm daily, there is a Morning Prayer Service at 8:30 am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.

Our Sunday Holy Communion service is at 10:30 am, all welcome.

For the sake of everyone’s safety please use the Hand Sanitiser as you go in, keep a distance of 2m between yourself and other visitors at all times, touch as little as possible, and bring your own matches if you want to light a candle. It is now mandatory for face masks/coverings to be worn in all places of worship.


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You will find here a small collection of prayers for personal and group use at this challenging time in our lives, when we are struggling to find words to express how we feel.

These prayers will help Christians to pray in solidarity with one another even when it is not possible to gather together in church. It’s essential at all times – but particularly in times of anxiety and fear – that we continue to develop and strengthen our own habits of prayer. A simple form of prayer to say each morning and evening is included here. It can be shared with all who are at home and unable to worship together, especially those who are unable to access online resources.

Click to access Prayer Book