Commemorating the death of HRH Prince Philip

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Following the death of HRH Prince Philip, some of you may be seeking a focus for personal commemoration. We currently have a wooden cross decorated for Easter in the churchyard, and I would be happy for people to leave floral or other appropriate tributes to the Duke there if they wish. In accordance with national guidelines, they will be carefully removed the day after the Duke's funeral. I hope this may be of help to you. With my love and prayers, David.


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On Easter Sunday we are holding services in the church at 8am and 10.30am – places at these can be booked here. Both services will also be livestreamed (see here) and available to watch later on YouTube. We will also have online services on our YouTube channel on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and an All Age service on Easter Sunday.

Easter Trail

Easter Saturday afternoon (3rd April). Full details and a tick sheet to complete are here.

Decorated Cross

The wooden cross outside the church will be decorated with flowers on Easter Sunday, please come and have a look. You are welcome to bring your own flowers to put around the cross if you would like.

Easter Windows

We would love to invite everyone to join in a celebration of Easter by decorating a window in their home for others to see as they walk past, or, you could put up a plain cross on Good Friday and decorate this / colour the reverse and then turn it round on Easter Sunday. Let’s fill the village with the joy of Easter. See how many crosses in windows you can spot around the village.


Services at All Saints

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In line with the latest guidance from the Church of England and following risk assessment, All Saints welcomes you back into the Church building for some services.

Starting Easter Sunday, Sunday Worship in person will restart with the usual 8am Holy Communion service, then a 10.30am Morning Worship. The accompanying Junior church programme may vary so check with the office for the latest details. 

Because of physical distancing recommendations the number of seats is limited, so to manage this and avoid disappointment if you arrive and we're already full, we are reserving seats, booked online (free, via Eventbrite). Click here to reserve your places (any service). Each booking is for a single household / support bubble. If you are coming on your own you will need to reserve set of seats and if two or more people from the same household are coming together then they reserve one set of seats between them. When you arrive please select the most appropriate set of seats for the number in your household / bubble or the welcoming team will guide you. If you have issues with online booking you can call 01223 667368 to reserve. NHS Test and Trace require us to log names and email contact addresses, please enter this information when booking tickets. This information will only be used for this and fulfilling your order. We also have a check-in barcode for the NHS app.

Wearing a face covering in church is still mandatory under government advice, so please wear one if you are able.

We will also be LiveStreaming the Sunday services so please join us that way if you prefer. Further information on how to join us can be found here.

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Bible Verse for 2021

Jesus said, 'I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.'

John 8.12