Daily Prayer

We regret that the Church will be CLOSED during the current lockdown for the wellbeing of our staff and visitors. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope you will be able to visit us at another timeAlthough we will not be holding public worship in the church during the current lockdown, the All Hallows community is continuing to meet online during this time using Zoom to help us share together in prayer, reflection and worship, and all are welcome to join our online services - please visit the Online Worship page for details.

In these times of uncertainty God calls us to stay close in prayer - here are some ways in which we can do that together as a community, as we seek to live out our faith, to care for one another and our neighbour and to live hopefully. You are also most welcome to join us - more details are available HERE.
We have created this PRAYER BOOKLET for you to use in your own home during this time of the coronavirus pandemic, as we each find ways to draw close to God in trust and faith. You can use it by yourself or with others in your household. It is to comfort you, encourage you, support and strengthen you at this time and help you to love and serve the Lord wherever you are.

In addition, here are some other ways in which you might like to pray at home:

   The Church of England has a wonderful array of online prayer
   and resources on their website at:

stained glass windowIf you wish to follow the daily offices, you can link into the prayer of the Christian community by following the links below, which will give you access to the Morning, Evening and Night Prayer services of the Church of England for today:

Morning Prayer

Evening Prayer

Night Prayer

(Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site, © The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004.)

For those who love the prayers of the Taizé Community in France they will be livestreaming prayers every evening at 7.30pm our time, so do  join them at:  www.facebook.com/pg/taize