I am delighted to say that, following the government announcement, we are able to open our buildings for Sunday worship. And we will indeed be doing so - a very exciting moment!
Having said that, we recognise that not everyone is in a position to attend church physically - therefore we are also continuing with our live zoom Sunday service at the new time of 12 noon.
Service of Holy Communion All Saints Foots Cray at 10am:
All are welcome! There are a number of measures in place to keep us all safe: for example, only certain pews/seats will be in use in order to maintain separation and singing is not permitted under current legislation. However we can have organ music. There will be people to greet and guide you through what's needed. It will be wonderful to join in celebrating the Eucharist for the first time since 15th March!
PLEASE NOTE THAT FACE COVERINGS ARE NOW REQUIRED
Rev Ali Healy, Associate Rector All Saints
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AS A CHURCH WE TAKE OUR SAFEGUARDING RESPONSIBILITIES VERY SERIOUSLY AND WE ARE COMMITTED TO ENSURING OUR CHURCH IS A SAFE PLACE FOR ALL.
IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCERNS ABOUT SAFEGUARDING YOU CAN CONTACT OUR PARISH SAFEGUARDING OFFICER MRS T DYTER
Please contact us to enquire about having weddings, baptisms or funerals at All Saints Church. We are here to serve the area of Foots Cray and beyond. We look forward to welcoming you at any of our services.
You can see some photos of weddings that have taken place at All Saints on our Gallery page. To enquire about holding your wedding at All Saints please contact the churchwardens by email via the contact page, and they will be only too happy to help. Getting married in church does not have to be expensive, but there are questions that need to be asked and answered to ensure that all goes smoothly.
We have bell ringers, a choir and a lovely church, all of which can be negotiated if there are additional things you would like or choose not to have.
We look forward to hearing from you.
We welcome any family who would like their child to be baptised, These ceremonies are usually carried out during the Sunday morning service, so that the congregation get to meet you and you and your family meet us.
We appreciate that this is a difficult time for families and friends and are here to help you where we can. Funeral services can be held at All Saints and arrangements for burial and cremations can be made with the support of your funeral directors.
The churchyard at All Saints is only open for the burial of Ashes and for those who have a faculty for graves as the main churchyard is now closed.
Please contact us if we can be of any help by contacting the churchwardens by the email link.
Again do not hesitate to contact us to discuss any of the above matters. Contact us via the link below or via the Priest in Charge
Rev Cathy Knight-Scott, The Vicarage, 13 Church Avenue, Sidcup, Kent DA14 6BX phone 020 8300 0383