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Getting hereAll Saints' is one of three churches comprising the parish of Odd Rode. It is an attractive, rural church with a friendly and welcoming congregation. The church has many events and activities throughout the year which cater for all ages.
The worship style is fairly traditional and often Eucharistic, although a popular All Age Worship service takes place once a month that is attended by many young families. Festival services are also especially popular: the church is often full around Christmas and Easter. All Saints' has a small but dedicated choir, and utilises the 'Complete Anglican' hymnal.
Every February, the church is open for the annual Rode Hall Snowdrop Walks, which attract several thousand visitors. The church often plays host to concerts and special events throughout the year.
All Saints', built in 1864, also contains some fine architectural and decorative elements, which make it of considerable historical interest.
Any and all are very welcome to visit the church for worship and fellowship, and are sure to find a spiritual home in this warm and friendly Christian community.
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