Emerging from lockdown

The Church of England has announced that churches can open for worship and private prayer once again.

In line with this, from Sunday 19 July, you are invited to join us for communion at 10 am on a Sunday.

We remain open for private prayer every Wednesday between 10 and 11 am.

We're really looking forward to welcoming you back!

However, to keep us all safe things will be a little different in the church. 

Please enter All Saints by the front doors on Church Road, exit will be via the door in the cloister leading onto Hilltop Avenue. There will be no entry via the cloister door to anyone during this time.

The main central aisle will be cordoned off. There will be a one-way system to move around. 

Seating has been measured for social distancing and will be one (or one couple household) on each pew in use, with pews in between left vacant.

Hand gel and disposable face masks will be available at the church entrance. Please bring your own if you have them.

Our meeting room and kitchen will remain closed. Our toilets are open.

Reverend Janet Owens and the Churchwardens will be on hand to offer assistance to people during their visits. Key areas will be cleaned after use.

Unfortunately, we are still unable to enjoy fellowship and refreshments inside the church.

We do hope everyone understands the reason for these measures at this difficult time.