Service Times


10.00 Eucharist
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(4th Sunday Eucharist Together is particularly child friendly)
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18.30 Evening prayer – a quiet traditional service lasting no longer than 30 minutes
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Tuesday to Friday

08.30 Morning Prayer: a 15 minute service to start the day
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Tuesday – 09.30 Eucharist
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3rd Wednesday of the month 11.30 Eucharist (Book of Common Prayer)

For other service times and information, please refer to our calendar, pew sheets and magazine.


The main service at All Saints is on SUNDAY morning at 10.00am.   This is a Eucharist (also called Holy Communion).  There are readings from the Scriptures and an opportunity to reflect on them.  Prayers are offered for the world and those in need and people share Christ’s peace together – usually by shaking hands.  Bread and wine are shared as Christians have done from the earliest days of the Church.  Here human beings meet with the grace and love of God in Jesus.  Here heaven and earth meet.  Here Christians find the strength and inspiration to minister to others.  We believe this is part of the process of being transformed into the people God calls us to be.  Singing and music (traditional and contemporary) are part of the celebration along with simple reverence and actions that have been passed down through the centuries.  There are times of silence as well as joy.  An Order of Service is used or words are projected onto a screen.  Everyone who receives communion in every part of Christ’s Church is welcome to receive the consecrated bread and wine at All Saints or those not taking Communion may come forward for prayer of blessing. The Little Saints for children meets in the Hall at the same time as the service.  They come into church towards the end to share what they have been doing.  After the service there are refreshments and time to chat.  The service lasts between 60 and 70 minutes.

Eucharist Together

On the 4TH SUNDAYof each month things are a bit different. Eucharist Together is a service that is focused on families and younger children.  Little Saints take a greater share in leading the prayers and reading and the talk or sermon is often interactive for grown ups as well as the younger ones.   The music is likely to be more contemporary and there are projected images to guide everyone through the service.  This service can be shorter than the other 10am services.  We aim for 45 to 50 minutes.  At All Saints no one worries if children run about or make a noise as long as they’re safe.  There are books and toys at the back of church to play with. Refreshments are served afterwards.

Evening Prayer

SUNDAY EVENINGS at 6.30pm are quiet and reflective.   There are usually only a few people who come to this service.  They sit in the candlelit Baptistry area at the back of the church.   The service is a shortened form of Evening Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer.  There are hymns and a psalm is said.   The bible reading is followed by a time of silence for reflection.  There are prayers for the coming week and for those in need, and silence for personal prayer.  There is someone to listen if you need to talk, or you are welcome to leave quietly if that is right for you.  At special times of the year, like Advent, Christmas or in Holy Week there may be a special service.  Details will be posted on this site.

Morning Prayer

TUESDAY to FRIDAY there is daily prayer in Church at 8.30am  This service is based on the daily prayers that form the worship of monastic communities (also known as the Daily Office).  There are psalms, readings and prayers which follow a pattern set down by the worldwide Church.  Even if you cannot be there at 8.30am, you can know that prayers are being said in the parish for the community and for those in need.  Before the service, you might hear the Angelus rung.  The church bell rings three times in groups of three and then nine chimes.  If you would like to share in the readings and psalm for the day, you can find them on the Church of England web pages.  This service lasts about 15 to 20 minutes.

Tuesday Eucharist

On Tuesdays at 9.30am there is a Eucharist lasting between 20 and 25 minutes.  There is no singing at this service which is straightforward and meditative.  The Eucharist may also be celebrated on Festival days during the week.  A notice will appear in the church calendar.

There is a lot going on.  All are welcome at any time.  All Saints is a growing church.  There is always room for more.