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All Saints, Kings Bromley is a 12th century church which has been added to over the years. This view is from nearby Yoxall Road, the A515.
We are pleased to let you know that, our church is now open on Wednesdays and Sundays from 9.00a.m. until 5.00p.m., although it will remain closed on all other days for the time being. This provides access for services, private prayer, donations to the Food Bank and use of the Card Stall.
We still have social distancing measures in place and request that masks continue to be worn when entering and leaving church and when moving around, but may be removed when seated and/or when singing.
Services until the end of October are on the following Sundays: October 10th Harvest Festival at 10.30a.m., 17th at 9.00a.m. and on the 24th at 10.30a.m. Finally we are hosting a benefice service for our Patronal Festival on the 31st at 10.30a.m. Please note that 10.30 a.m. services are Common Worship and 9.00a.m. services are from the Book of Common Prayer.
Additionally, on October 31st at 6.00p.m., there will be a service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving for the departed, no matter how recent or long ago, at which family and friends will have the opportunity Ito light a candle in their memory.
The churchyard continues to be open every day during daylight hours for visiting or quiet reflection.
We will continue to email a 'Service at Home' each weekend to our congregation, and to anyone else who would like to receive it, who would prefer not to attend church at present. If you wish to receive this emailing or have any other queries please contact Glen Wright at [email protected]
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