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All Saints Church

A warm welcome awaits you in All Saints’ Church, which is part of the Blackthorn Chase Benefice.  There are worship services most Sundays except occasionally when there are Benefice services. These services are varied to suit all tastes with two holy communion services (common worship), one all age worship and one prayer book service (morning or evening prayer) each month. Special services are held for the major festivals (Harvest, Christmas, Easter).

The Church believes in serving the village community by organising events which enable residents to socialize in a friendly atmosphere.  The ticket prices are fixed to cover costs, not to raise funds for the church.  In normal times such events include:

  • Beetle Drive (January)
  • Soup Lunch (Ash Wednesday)
  • Weekday Lunches (three/four times a year)
  • Harvest Tea
  • Knit and Natta afternoons (most months)

All Saints’ Church contributes to the International Nepal Fellowship to support the work of Dr Shirley Heywood as a medical missionary in Nepal. (Her father was a former minister in Nash).

The church organizes children’s activities on Good Friday, Christmas Eve,  and, usually, a holiday club in August

There is a regular Fellowship group and the prayer group meets fortnightly.

The building was designed by the Victorian architect G E Street and the foundation stone was laid in 1857. For photographs of the church and a little of its history click here.

For the latest Annual Report click here

For the Church’s safeguarding policy click here

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