Following the review of safeguarding failures in the Diocese of Chichester during the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have published a pastoral letter which you can read here.
For hiring our halls, please contact Richard Farr on 0115 982 1710
In our own lives as individuals and together, as a community of followers of Jesus, we’re looking to grow in 6 ‘holy habits’:
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Sunday 22 April Easter 4
Good Shepherd Sunday
10:00 A.M. Family Communion
Join us as we celebrate Jesus the Good Shepherd together.
Sunday 29 April Easter 5
10:00 A.M. Family Communion
Join us as we celebrate Jesus the True Vine together.
We are sharing in a journey of bringing together two very different congregations. Over the next few months we are engaging in an ongoing conversation about how we do that. You can download the plan for that conversation here, and participate in our latest survey online by clicking on this link or, if you prefer, view a PDF here.
Your can listen to a recent sermon on this journey below, or download a transcript here. The related readings are Jeremiah 31: 31-34 and John 12.12-16.
Residents of Lady Bay can have a baptism at either All Hallows’ or at our sister church of St Edmund’s, Holme Pierrepont.
To enquire about baptism for yourself or your child, contact our vicar, Mark Rodel on 07590 208803
Did you know that All Hallows’ Church has a prayer group? They are available to offer prayer ministry at the end of Morning Worship on the last Sunday of each month. They are also available to respond to prayer requests at other times. To get in touch, email our Pastoral Care Co-ordinator, Yvonne Gimson.
Sunday 22 April 11:15 A.M.
Anyone resident in the parish can attend the election of churchwardens for the parish. This is followed by our Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) at which reports and accounts are presented and the Parochial Church Council (PCC) is elected for the coming year. Everyone enrolled on the electoral roll of the parish is warmly encouraged to attend. There will be a bring-and-share lunch following.
In January, we kicked off our stewardship campaign. We are giving thanks to all those who have given so faithfully – for decades in some instances – in support of our church and asking all our members to consider the level of their giving.
People often assume that Church of England churches receive funding from the state, but we are entirely dependent on the giving of our members and other supporters. If you value the church in your community, perhaps you too could consider supporting All Hallows’ with a one-off or regular gift.
Get in touch with us to find out how.
Welcome to All Hallows
We’re delighted you’ve found your way to our website. You can find information about our services and where we are. We’re a small, inclusive group of Christians with a big heart for all the people of Lady Bay. Whether you want to join us for one of our services, talk to us about what you're doing in Lady Bay, or find out about hiring our church, do get in touch. We’d be delighted to hear from you. We look forward to meeting you soon!