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services At all saints

We have now resumed worshipping in church.  For the time being we will hold a benefice service in church every other week.  Services will be held in Stretton because of the space required. If you are planning to attend a service in church, please take a look at this guidance. Please note that wearing a face covering in now mandatory in church.

september services in church

Sunday, 6th September Morning Worship at 10.30 am in All Saints

Sunday 20th September Holy Communion at 10.30 am in All Saints Church

  • Saturday morning prayers (9 – 9.30 am) will be held on 29th August, 12th & 26th September. On the other Saturdays we cannot use the building as there is a service the following day.
  • All Saints and St. Leonard’s are available on request for private prayer – please contact the church warden for access.

Men’s breakfast

Due to Covid 19 Men’s Breakfasts are on hold until January 2021. We are sorry, but it is better to all be safe than spread the illness. Trust you will all understand, and hope to see you all in January 2021.
Best wishes from the Men’s Breakfast Team


online worship continues:

Join us in worshipping on the online meeting platform Zoom, contact your church warden for access details 

  • Morning Prayer on Tuesday and Sunday at 9am
  • Morning Worship on Sunday at 10.30am on alternate weeks
  • Evening Prayer on Thursday and Sunday at 9pm

Celebrate@4 next takes place on Saturday 26 September
venue to be advised – contact karen.armbrister@btinternet.com

Pendulum

This month, Pendulum is available here, September 2020 , or through Stretton’s Facebook page: All Things Stretton.

Please let those without online access know that there are also telephone services

To share in the worship of the Cathedral simply phone 02476 939700. [Calls are charged at a standard rate.]

Join Celebrate@4 and watch the videos

If you are self- isolating or needing support there is help at hand.

Please contact your church warden for more information and they will hopefully be able put you in touch with someone who will be able to provide you with support.

A Prayer from the Church of England:

Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Amen.