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BBC Services The Archbishops have organised that a service will be live on radio and possibly television each Sunday Morning. Radio 4 is scheduled to be at 8am. For this Sunday, let’s gather with our nation in this way for this week, in solidarity and prayer and hope https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/news/archbishop-canterbury-lead-first-national-virtual-church-england-service Local Service Also for this Sunday […]
Dear Friends, In this tumultuous time the Church is learning new patterns of worship and service, communities are coming together in solidarity and compassion, and we are all remembering what matters most in life. As Christians, we pray that Jesus Christ continues to build his kingdom in this world, we stand in hope of life eternal, and we learn to sing […]
Due to coronavirus, Haslingfield Choir’s concert which was scheduled for 28th March has been cancelled. Everyone who has bought tickets will be reimbursed – Meg Bedford will be in contact.
Café Saintz is All Saints’ provision for young people, school years 7 to 13. The group meets on the 4th Sunday of every month from 5-6pm. We are very fortunate to have the backing of the Moringa Tree Café who allow us to use the premises and provide delicious hot chocolate. After consultation with the […]
Every day from dusk until dawn, the tower of our beautiful church is floodlit, enhancing the detail of architecture and offering a beacon of light far beyond the village. It was in 2002 that the Rector, Peter Owen Jones, asked the Friends of Haslingfield Church to organise the ‘650 Festival’ to celebrate the anniversary of […]
The organ, which dates from 1846 and is by J.C. Bishop, was installed in Haslingfield Church in 2002 by Peter Bumstead, who himself had learned his trade from Bishop & Son in Ipswich. Originally built for the Church of Holy Trinity, Paddington by James Chapman Bishop, it was removed to St. Mary’s Church, Ely in […]
Recently the children have started taking lanterns from the church out to their two Sunday Club groups. They help the leaders light them from the Paschal candle and take it in turns to carry them carefully to their group where they remain lit and are then brought back at the end of the session. Little […]
Haslingfield choir and orchestra will be performing on 28th March at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced at £10 (Students £5 and children are free of charge). Tickets are available on the door, from the Village Shop in Haslingfield or via firstname.lastname@example.org.