Mid-week communion service returns

Stained glass window behind the altar at All SaintsOur mid-week communion service restarts on Wednesday 7 July.

The church will be open at midday for private prayer and the service will begin at 12.30 pm.

The service will be using the words from the Book of Common Prayer, BCP for short, which is rich in traditional language and is a service that has been used since 1662. It is "loved for its wonderful language, dignified and memorable but always speaking to our human condition." Visit The Prayer Book Society for more on BCP services.

Everyone is welcome to come whether you have been to this type of service before or not.

The service is no longer than 30 minutes so is ideal to attend during your lunch break and to have some time away from the busyness of work and be restful for a time.  

After the service, we will be staying to have some lunch together. Please bring your own lunch and refreshments.

Photo: Behind the altar at All Saints - the Victorian stained glass window at the far end of the chancel, depicting the birth, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. Dedicated in 1873, ten years after the building of the church, “In memory of Rev. C. J. Cummings MA, Rector of Cheadle and Founder of this Church”