So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.
Due to public health concerns, related to the coronavirus outbreak, the Church of England have decided to put on hold all public, church services until further notice. Therefore no scheduled, Sunday services will be taking place at All Hallows or Saint Mary Magdalene for the foreseeable future.
BECOME A PART OF OUR FAMILY
You are warmly invited to join us at any of our services. You don’t need to be a church member or even a Christian – everyone is welcome. Refreshments are served after all our Sunday services at All Hallows and after family services at St Mary Magdalene - please stay a while and join us.
ST MARY MAGDALENE
First Wednesday of the month 11.00
We have services at both churches on most Sunday mornings apart from the fifth Sunday in a month, when we come together, at one or other of the churches, for a single united service, usually starting at 10.30.
In the Holy Communion services, we join together at the altar to eat bread and drink wine to remind us of the last meal Christ ate with his followers. Everyone is welcome to join with this part of the service but if you prefer you can come to the altar to receive a blessing or just remain sitting in your pew.
On the second Sunday of the month at All Hallows and the fourth Sunday of the month at St Mary Magdalene, we have less formal, non-Eucharistic services, lasting around 45 minutes, where we encourage children and families to attend.
We also have a regular Children's Church with sessions for children and their families.
Our church is a joy-filled house of the Lord with a wonderful practising family of believers where all are made welcome. It is glorious to worship and praise Jesus in the company of our faithful congregation.