All Saints Church Stondon
We are delighted to have Ruth Gray as our ‘Reader in Charge’/Minister in the Parish of Stondon offering leadership of mission and ministry in the parish.
You will receive a warm welcome as you enter the church and there will always be someone willing to assist you through the service
Every first Sunday we have a family communion service. (Held on the 1st Sunday of the month at 11.00am)This service is a shorter, simpler and more relaxed service than our Standard Holy Communion Services. Holy Communion (Held on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sunday of the month at 11.00am).
A mixture of traditional hymns and familiar words in the service makes this a service that welcomes both the regular worshipper and the enquirer.
Anyone who has received Holy Communion within their own churches is welcome to come to the altar rail and receive alongside our regular church family. If you do not receive communion then you are welcome to come up for a blessing.
At the end of the service we encourage you to stay for tea or coffee and a chat.
All the churches in our benefice are blessed by having a good working relationship and sharing fellowship with the other Christian churches in the area. At Stondon we share our 5th Sunday services with the members of the Baptist Church.
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