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High Mass

   

The Principal Service of the Week.
  

Choral Evensong

  

The heartbeat of our daily worship.
 

Daily Mass

 

The daily offering of Holy Communion.
 

Compline

 

The Quiet at the end of the Week.
 

Baptisms

 

Welcoming you into the Church.
 

Weddings

 

Hold your special day here at All Saints.
 

Funerals

 

Remembering those we have lost.
 

Civic Services

 

For the Borough and County.

    
    

On working days - Monday to Friday - we celebrate the Eucharist at 12:30pm, usually in the Memorial Chapel, added to All Saints after the First World War. During Lent and Advent there is an additional celebration on Saturdays at 12:30pm, and on Wednesdays in Lent there is Exposition of the Blessèd Sacrament from Noon.

Since the re-opening of the Coffee Shop in January 2009, numbers at this service have increased, and it is not uncommon to see ten to twelve people recorded in the Register of Services

on a daily basis. Members of the congregation at this service are drawn from a wide range of backgrounds. A small number of retired men and women come on a daily basis, as do some who work in one of the many businesses in the Town. Others come once a week, and many come simply because it is there when they happen to be visiting.

The service is a said version of the rite used at the 10:30am Sunday Eucharist, however there is a said Responsorial Psalm, and the readings are taken from the Weekday Missal. A rota is devised between the Honorary Assistant Priests so that on no consecutive days are served by the same Priest which enables a great variety in the short Homily which is delivered (instead of the more extensive Sunday Sermon). The service is still said in traditional language and is Eastward facing. Being a relatively intimate service, with a small congregation, it is common at this service for the Peace to be shared more generally.



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