We are delighted to announce that All Hallows is now open for public worship, and our regular Sunday Eucharist will take place at 11.00am. You can also join the service via Zoom – please visit the Online Worship page for details.  

During this time we will only be using the north door, north aisle and Lady Chapel. If you are coming to church do please follow the social distancing guidelines and use the hand sanitiser on your way into and out of church, and before and after receiving communion. Please note that the wearing of face coverings in church is now mandatory, so please do wear one while you are in the building. We are also completing contact forms following guidelines for places of worship for the Test and Trace service. We apologise that there are no public toilet facilities available during this phase of opening.

Whether you come in person, or join us online, we look forward to welcoming you.  

The Eucharist

The Eucharist is the central act of Christian worship and reveals the heart of the Christian faith. On the night before he died, Jesus of Nazareth met with his disciples in an upper room in Jerusalem to celebrate the Jewish Passover.

At this meal he took bread, broke it and said 'This is my Body'. He took a cup of wine and said 'This is my blood - the blood of a new covenant of forgiveness'. He shared the bread and the wine with his disciples, and told them 'do this in remembrance of me'.