About Us

 

All Saints’ Church is part of the Church of England within the Diocese of Ely and part of the Lordsbridge Team. The Lordsbridge Team brings together eleven Church of England parishes, which cover an area approximately ten miles square just west of Cambridge.

Lordsbridge Team Ministry formally became a legal reality in early 2010. However, the parishes and the ministers of the area have been working together and growing closer together over a number of years. The stipendiary clergy meet weekly to plan and pray, and there are regular meetings of all the ordained and lay ministers of the area.

To keep up with the latest news from the Lordsbridge Team, Lordsbridge Life is the regular e-newsletter with upcoming events and news from around the Team Ministry area. Read the latest issue.

All Saints Church is not just a beautiful building, its about the people that worship there. Here on our website you’ll find a little more information about what goes on in the church and the people involved

Church Access Statement

There are parking spaces close to the church door.

Wheelchair Access

A wooden ramp kept in the church porch is provided to enable wheelchair users access to the main body of the church. Assistance is required to position it against a low step and also to open the inner church door. The chancel is not accessible but if requested, Communion can be taken in the main body of the church. Please ask a sides person as you enter the church if you would like this.

Toilets

There are two toilets in the church, both situated in the tower room; they are available only during services and events. One contains baby changing facilities and is also wheelchair accessible. If necessary, the toilets can be reached by the west door of the church; assistance is required to open this door. Ambulant users with impaired mobility may wish to access the toilet via the west door rather than using the steps to it which are in the church.

Please note: At this time there is no safe access to the toilets for people using heavy motorised wheelchairs independently. The wooden ramp has no sides and the access to the toilets is across grass in the approach to the West Door.

Auditory Aids

Amplification is used in all services and an induction loop is available for hearing-aid users.

Visual Aids

If you require large print service and hymn books, please ask a sides person as you enter the church.

Jennifer Gore

5th March 2020