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Services for the Easter Season

Most of our Sunday morning services will also be live-streamed on our YouTube channel. You can access our channel HERE 

(You can also watch later and catch up past services on this channel.)

All 8.00am services on Sundays will be at All Saints.

New pattern of services begins:

NEW: every TUESDAY, 11am from 10 May 2022 - ZOOM only service:

Join us here with one click.

Meeting ID: 85032478783

Passcode: 214598

NEW:  May 11th and every WEDNESDAY at 11am A service of Holy Communion at All Saints Church

Following the Book of Common Prayer, with refreshments in the hall before AND after.

The future of these two services will be reviewed in July.

The service booklet for the following services can be downloaded HERE .

SUNDAY 29 MAY 2022 - THE ASCENSION: OUTSIDE ST BARNABAS CHURCH

A 5th Sunday of the month, so a different kind of service - to be held outside on the patio/grass outside the BP Hall.  To celebrate Jesus' ascension to his Father and the commission he gave to his disciples for millennia to come.

Services from the Day of Pentecost onwards

All 8.00am services on Sundays will be at All Saints.


SUNDAY 5 JUNE 2022: ALL SAINTS CHURCH – Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer.

Celebrating Pentecost and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee followed by champagne and cakes.

 

SUNDAY 12 JUNE 2022: ST BARNABAS CHURCH – The Eucharist.  

Trinity Sunday and St Barnabas Patronal Festival.

 

SUNDAY 19 JUNE 2022: ALL SAINTS CHURCH – The Eucharist.

Father’s Day and Refugee Sunday.

 

SUNDAY 26 JUNE 2022: ST BARNABAS CHURCH – The Eucharist. 

A reflective service focusing on the different elements of prayer: adoration, petition, intercession, listening and contemplation, with prayer stations.  The Lady Chapel will be available for people to use to light a candle and pray for specific topics after this service.

 

SUNDAY 19 JUNE 2022: ALL SAINTS CHURCH – The Eucharist.  

The 3rd Sunday after Trinity. The Quiet Chapel will be available for people to use to light a candle and pray for specific topics after this service.

 

SUNDAY 10 JULY 2022: ST BARNABAS CHURCH – The Eucharist.

The 4th Sunday after Trinity.  The Lady Chapel will be available for people to use to light a candle and pray for specific topics after this service.

 

SUNDAY 19 JUNE 2022: ALL SAINTS CHURCH – The Eucharist.  

The 5th Sunday after Trinity.  The Quiet Chapel will be available for people to use to light a candle and pray for specific topics after this service.

 

SUNDAY 24 JULY 2022: ST BARNABAS CHURCH – The Eucharist.  

The 6th Sunday after Trinity.  The Lady Chapel will be available for people to use to light a candle and pray for specific topics after this service.


SUNDAY 31 JULY 2022: a 5th Sunday service – Liberation Sunday, more details to come.


If you are coming to any of our services in the church buildings
You are encouraged to wear masks whilst worshipping in church to avoid breathing over those who may be more vulnerable to COVID infection. We strongly encourage people to take an LFT before coming to church and to isolate if they have a positive test result. Similarly, please join our worship online if you are feeling unwell. There will be no need to sign in or check in using the app.

Coffee / events:

Please do move away from the hatch as soon as possible and move to a table. We encourage you to wear a mask to protect others if you are standing, but recognise that this is difficult in practice.

Choir:

There is no need for the choir to wear masks whilst singing, however, some may wish to do so.

 

Things that are not changing:

We will continue to follow all of the precautions for communion that we have been following so far. Communion will be in both kinds with wafers intimated with a drop of wine prior to the start of the service and continue to stand to receive communion for the foreseeable future and similarly will not be reintroducing the common cup.


Sunday Services on YouTube

We have created an All Saints and St Barnabas YouTube Channel. if you are unable to join the Zoom service on a Sunday, you can watch the service live or at a later date on YouTube.

• on a Windows or Mac computer, open a browser and go to www.youtube.com then search for All Saints Kenley, or St Barnabas Purley
• on a Tablet, Smart Phone or Smart TV, open the YouTube app then search for All Saints Kenley, or St 
Barnabas Purley. You may need to download the YouTube app from the Play Store or AppStore.

If you have a Google account, you can SUBSCRIBE to the Channel by clicking the red button on the screen. You will then receive a notification every time a new video is added. There is no charge for subscribing.

Click HERE for our YouTube channel

Our supporting our spiritual life page gives some ideas for different ways to help us when life feels difficult, especially following the pandemic. If there is anything we can do to support you at this difficult time, please do get in touch.

Everything has changed around about us, but one thing we believe to be true is that God continues to surround and uphold us in this difficult time. 

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All Saints and St Barnabas take the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously.  We comply with the Church of England’s policy and practice and the Diocese of Southwark's policy and guidance on the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults.  For more information on who to contact locally, go to Safeguarding.

Please contact our Priest-in-Charge Justine Middlemiss by email  or call the Parish Office on 020 8660 3251 if we can offer support or prayer in any way.