All Saints Parish Church, Lanchester
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All Saints is a warm and welcoming church with worship in a Prayer Book Catholic tradition with more informal all-age worship on occasions.
This beautiful medieval parish church was founded in 1147 and has been extended in two stages. The 1283 extension was ordered by Bishop Bek who made the church a Collegiate with a Dean and seven Canons. Stone from the nearby Roman fort of Longovicium was used to build the church, notably five pillars of the north arcade which are entire.
There is much of interest, e.g. 13th century stained glass, medieval misericords and a Roman altar found nearby in 1893.
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Reverend Rupert Kalus
1, Lee Hill Court
Tel: (01207) 521170 (Vicar)
(Sunday) Holy Communion
Book of Common Prayer
Every Sunday Sunday
at 8:00 AM
(Sunday) Parish Eucharist
Common Worship Sunday
at 10:30 AM for 1 hour
(Sunday) Choral Evensong
Book of Common Prayer Sunday
at 6:00 PM
Wednesday: Holy Communion
Act of Worship Wednesday
at 9:45 AM
A Church Near You ID: 13520
Built: Founded 1147
Style of worship: Prayer Book Catholic Tradition
CofE Church Info: (613149 13/150)
The current editor is: Sheila Bull
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All Saints Parish Church : Durham Road, Location is on A691 - main road which by-passes village centre. There is a parking place near the church on this road., Lanchester, County Durham, DH7 0LJ
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