Although our church building is closed at present, the All Hallows community is continuing to meet together online during this time of the Coronavirus pandemic. We are using Zoom to help us share as a community in prayer, reflection and worship, and you are very welcome to join our online services. All Hallows also has a special ministry to visitors from all around the world, and so at this time we particularly welcome those who are joining us online from overseas. Please see below for the details of our various services - we do hope you will be able to join us.

For details of how to log into our weekly Sunday service, please email:
You can download the order of service for Pentecost (31 May) HERE.

The Sunday service each week is followed by a bible study group at 12.30pm. Our new course, starting on Sunday 7 June, will be exploring the Gospel of Mark using Rowan Williams' book Meeting God in Mark to accompany us. If you would like to join the group, do please purchase a copy of the book which you can find HERE and contact for more details.

TAIZÉ PRAYER – WEDNESDAYS at 6pm (every two weeks)
We hold a Taizé service online every two weeks and the order of service is posted on the website a few days beforehand each time. Once a month the service is followed by time for a chat over virtual 'refreshments’ in the same way as when it is held in church. Email for log in details, and to find out more about the service go to our Taizé page HERE.

We have also created a booklet of Daily Prayers and put together some other suggestions to help you worship at home during this time HERE.

You can watch our previously live-streamed services at All Hallows in the archive HERE.