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Our worship may look formal, but we do not have lots of rules about what to do and how to behave – when you come you are free to join in as feels right for you. It’s fine just to sit and let the worship "wash over" you.

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We draw on a rich catholic tradition in our worship, which values beauty and uses all our senses: sound (our music) sight (the glass, paintings and embroidered hangings) and scent (we use incense) as symbols of prayer. This tradition has always been part of the identity of All Saints.

We usually publish a very short summary of the sermon preached at the 10am Sunday service on our Facebook page

If you are visiting for the first time you may find these FAQs helpful

(All our services are from Common Worship)

8am - Holy Communion [1st & 3rd Sundays of  month]

: a "Said Eucharist" (without music or hymns)
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This is a simple service without any music that lasts about 30 – 40 minutes., There are usually about 6 – 12 people there. Visitors are always welcomed. The service takes place in the Lady Chapel - the part of the church at the far end on the left as you come in.

10am - Sung Eucharist [1st, 2nd, 3rd & 5th Sundays of month]

: our main service of the week
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This is the main service of the week. It is a communion service, with hymns, and a sermon, and lasts between 1 and 1¼ hours. We include traditional ritual, such as incense, but hope that the "feel" is relaxed.


If you have time to stay, there is tea, coffee and squash afterwards.

We have toys and books for children on the north (left hand) side of the church and we enjoy having children with us.

10am - "Come Fourth" [4th Sunday of month]

: a service planned with the needs and interests of children in mind
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On the fourth Sunday of the month the service is shorter, simpler and designed thinking of the needs and interests of children. It does not last longer than an hour; children are encourage to take part in the service in different ways and the church is arranged so that everyone can see.

7:30pm - "Stillness on Sunday" [2nd Sunday of month]

: an evening service of silence and quiet reflection and prayer
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We meet in the Lady Chapel area of the church,to be still and listen to our hearts and to God. The space is lit by candles, and through simple music, short passages to reflect on and silence, we take time in busy lives to be still in the presence of God.


We plan this service in the style of the Taizé, 3 times a year.

Before we leave we share coffee, cake and conversation.