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Weekly services, baptisms, weddings & funerals


From the quiet of private prayer and devotion, to the grandeur of a full mass, whatever your background, whoever you are, wherever you come from, you are very welcome at All Hallows. 

For Baptisms (Christenings), Weddings, or Funerals - either in the Church or at a Cemetery/Crematorium, please click on the link to the left. 



8.30am Holy Communion
Said service following the Book of Common Prayer.  A smaller, quiet reflective service.



10.00am Parish Communion
The main service of the week using the Church of England's modern language service.  Choir, traditional hymns, organ and concluding with organ voluntary.  With children’s classes.

10.00am Family Communion Every last Sunday of every month – traditional eucharist enhanced with songs and hymns for everyone, and readings, prayers and a talk for young and old.

To see our latest weekly pew sheet for our 10am service, please click here...

To see our weekly parish notices, please click here...

To see our current reading and intercessing rota, please click here...

To see our current chalice rota, please click here...


11.30am All-age Worship
Family friendly worship suited to those with young babies, toddlers or children, or for those with young families who are looking for an introduction to church. 




9.30am Holy Communion
11.30am every LAST Wednesday of the month

Said service using modern language with short address





Special Services are held at Easter and Christmas - the times will be shown on this web site.

Other special occaions for the church are the Summer Festival services normally held in June, and the Remembrance Services held at the end of October and Early November.   Details will be advertised here and elsewhere each year.  Incense may be used during services on special occasions.

Daily Prayers are said in the church on weekdays at 9am.  All are welcome to attend, whether dropping by before work, or to give yourself time out at your own time of need.

Private Prayer The chapel and church are available for private prayer however sadly we often need to keep the church locked.  The parish office is open every other morning and most afternoons - see Office Hours and staff will always unlock the church if you wish to visit.  If you wish to light a candle, the church has a votive stand and there are prayer cards available.  The blessed sacrament is reserved in the chapel and your prayers may also be offered before the statue of Mary at the back of the church.


To read prayers written for the Wednesday service please click here...

Church Diary