Maldon: All Saints, Maldon
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All Saints' Maldon dates back to the 13th Century. We have a happy family atmosphere and a warm welcome is extended to visitors.
Visitors should make a point of seeing the Washington Window which is located in the D'Arcy Chapel. This window was donated by the town of Malden, Massachusetts, to commemorate the life of Rev Laurence Washington who was the great-great grandfather of George Washington, first President of the United States of America. Laurence Washington was a loyalist clergyman, ejected from his living and buried somewhere in the churchyard in 1652. A record of his entry in the burial register may be found on the adjacent wall. A book listing the donors is on the window ledge.
The church also has a very active and progressive choir who sing at all Sunday and special services.
Our Vicar is Revd. Canon Stephen Carter who is ably assisted by Prebendary Paul Barnes, Lay Minister Avril Askew, Authorised Local Preacher Adrienne Knight and Revd. Canon Dr. Graham Blyth.
We congratulate our former Curate, Revd. Jo Jones on her appointment as Priest in Charge at Writtle and Highwood and wish her every success along with our grateful thanks for her hard work in Maldon. A richly deserved promotion indeed.
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