All Saints' Church

Welcome to our services

Everyone is welcome at our services.  If you are a baptised Christian and would normally receive communion in your own church then please feel welcome to take communion with us.  if not we would be delighted to see you at the altar rail for a blessing.  Just keep your hands by your side and we will know that you would like a blessing.

Please make yourself known to the welcoming sides person if you are new.  We can offer a seat next to a 'regular' if you would like support

Mass at 8:00am

This service in the main church at All Saints is a eucharist / holy communion service. It is a spoken service with no hymns and there is an address by the minister each week.  The service lasts about 45 minutes. 

It is popular with the older members of the congregation and people who are busy later in the day.

10:30 Parish MassDuring the service

This Service in All Saints' Church is our main service on Sunday.  it is attended by people of all ages from babies upwards. It is a eucharist  / holy communion service with hymns and a sermon.  It lasts just over an hour. Our Sunday School for children runs in parallel in the church hall.  On most Sundays there is a ministry of healing at this service: an opportunity for private individual prayer for those who are experiencing problems with health or other matters.

10:30 All Saints' Together

On the first Sunday in each month the 10:30 service is a lively, eucharist service with lots of music from our band and junior choir.  The address is often a presentation by one of the youth groups.  We are joined at this service by the Sunday School children. 

After the 10:30 services we join in a time of fellowship over coffee, tea or soft drinks in the adjacent Hall.  It is an ideal occasion to socialise and get to know one another better.  Please join us.

 

eaving church FAmily in church Gathering for the 10:30 service

 

6:15pm  Evensong / Evening Prayer

Evening Prayer is held in the Lady Chapel on Sunday evenings.  It is a spoken, reflective service, normally attended by one or two people.  The service lasts for about 20 minutes.

Once a month, usually on the second Sunday of the month, there is Choral Evensong.  There are hymns and psalms led by the choir, who also sing an anthem.  There are readings and a sermon.  This uplifting service usually lasts about 30 minutes.

 

 

 

 

 


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