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Register for Services

Welcome to the registration page for attending All Saints' services during the COVID-19 restrictions. Please click on the links below to register for a service, once a particular Sunday is full it won't show as an option. Please let us know if at any point after booking you can't come as we can then make that space available for someone else!

You don't need to setup an account, simply add your name(s) in the white box and tick the relevant circle for the service. Once you've ticked the box and pressed 'send' you're booked in, there isn't a confirmation email. (Also, please ignore the 'Slack' notification)

DECEMBER services

Sundays, 9.30am in Wick Hall

Wednesdays, 9.30am in All Saints Church

If you have any issues registering, or would prefer to do so over the phone, please call Clare Purdom on 07836 656713

Christmas Eve and Morning

Our Services for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day will be at Lyminster. If you would be able to offer a lift, or would like a lift to any of these services, please contact our warden Dave Green on 07593576839 or email him by clicking here.

Christmas Eve
8pm and 11pm - 'Midnight' Communion

Christmas Morning
8am - Book of Common Prayer Communion
9am - All-ages service
10am - All-ages service with Communion

*Please note that these services do not need registration, and are at St Mary Magdalene, Lyminster*


Due to the Government's rules on re-opening churches, we are limited to a maximum number of 25 households in Wick Hall, and 10 in All Saints for each service. But each service will also be live streamed - Click here to watch the services live on Sundays and Wednesdays at 9.30am

Every Church in the country is legally required to adhere to the Government's guidelines, which can change quite quickly. Currently, services in Church and the Hall require face masks unless you have one of the reasons not to.

There will be hand sanitiser on the way in, and communion bread will be brought to the seats. After the service, we'll ask people to say hello to each other outside the building as you leave. The service will be shorter than usual but we'll be able to hear from the Bible, spend time in prayer, listen to the talk, use music and silence to reflect, and we can share in the breaking of bread.

Everyone will have their own thoughts on this and we are each in our own situation, so it's important that we show grace towards one another. If you would like to come, you will need to abide by the guidelines for the sake of others.

Thank you, and let's pray that we continue to grow in knowledge and love of Jesus as we follow him through life.