'Open' All Saints

Great to hear you would like to worship with us! Below are three sections:

Private Prayer

The church is open for individual private prayer on the second Saturday of each month 10.00 to 12.00 noon.

Measures are in place to minimise risk of COVID-19 transmission but if you decide to visit us, you do so at your own risk.

Please observe the following rules to reduce danger to yourself and others:

  1. Wear a face mask
  2. Use the hand sanitiser provided on arrival and departure.
  3. Keep 2m from other visitors.
  4. Follow the instructions of the stewards.
  5. Avoid touching furniture and other surfaces as far as possible.
  6. If you can, please avoid using the toilet.

Services

Open doors

This week we are open for the following:


4thSaturday
10.30 am - 2.00 pm Christmas Cracker in Church
5thSecond Sunday of Advent
10.00 am "All the Family" Service with organ music and choir in Church St Nicholas: Generosity & Care
6.30 pm Choral Communion
7thTuesday
7.00 pm Concert by Richard Hale School
9th Thursday
11.00 am Holy Communion in Church

We have all the risk assessments/mitigations in place and we continue to be mindful of our own and other people's safety. Further details here.

On Tuesdays we hold a service of Morning Prayer on Zoom at 11.00. More information and the link are available here.

We are continuing to provide materials for those who prefer to worship at home, either on-line or by using printed materials and regular updates via our frequent newsletters. The church is open for services at 10.00 am on Sunday and 11.00 am on Thursdays (not in August).The Sunday service has gentle organ music before and after and members of our choir sing an Introit and a Motet during Communion. From July 25th we are trilling a (gentle) congregational hymn at the Offertory and a Final Hymn sung outside (weather permitting).

Measures are in place to minimise risk of COVID-19 transmission but if you decide to visit us, you do so at your own risk.

We are able to welcome over 50 households into the nave whilst maintaining 2m social distancing.

Please observe the following rules to reduce danger to yourself and others:

  1. Use the hand sanitiser provided on arrival and departure.
  2. Wear a face mask if possible
  3. Try to keep 2m from other visitors.
  4. Follow the instructions of the stewards.
  5. Use the pews marked as available.
  6. Occupy the front pews first and respect social distancing. Households are encouraged to sit together.
  7. Avoid raising your voice when joining in the spoken responses
  8. Avoid touching furniture and other surfaces as far as possible.
  9. Distribution at Holy Communion:

    The celebrant will be wearing a mask and will bring Holy Communion to you as you sit in the pew. If you wish to sanitise your hands at this point please bring some with you.

  10. If you can, please avoid using the toilet.
  11. Leave the building as promptly as possible as directed by the stewards so as to avoid passing others still in their pews.

Full government guidance.

Safety/Risk Management

The above is a short summary of our full procedures which conform to our Risk Assessments both for events in church and those outdoors.

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Please email us office@allsaintshertford.org (office hours are 14-16 Thurs and Sat) or contact Jo the Vicar on 01992 584899 or vicar@allsaintshertford.org.