All Saints, Stretford – Covid-19 Risk Assessment - for worship services in church
From Sunday 23rd August we will have two services in church each week - Sunday morning 9.30am and Wednesday 9.45am. There is no need to book everyone is welcome, all we ask is that you wear a face mask and follow social distancing guidelines. Someone will be on hand to show you. You will also be asked to supply your name and contact number for track and trace purposes.
Services in church will be supported by a Zoom service on Sunday mornings, please us the contact form above or on our Facebook page to get more detail.
Also please read our Covid 19 Risk Assessment to ensure we can all worship safely.
You will also be able to enjoy the warmth from our new heating system, which we gratefully thank Viridor for Supporting us with a fantastic amount of money.
FOR ALL OUR EVENTS, WEEKLY NOTICE SHEETS
AND IF YOU WANT TO SEE WHAT GOES ON IN OUR CHURCH
SEE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE
All Saints is an open, friendly Anglican Church in Stretford, Greater Manchester, UK. We are an inclusive Christian community who enjoy meeting together to worship God in a traditional but relaxed style, if you would like to see what goes on check out the facebook page (Link Above). Our church building is modern, warm, light yet retains the distinctive nature of a place set apart for worship alongside a hall which is available for community purposes. Whilst communal and social activities afford opportunities for making friends and exploring life together, the church also offers the privacy and intimacy of small groups or one-to-one counsel.
Our mission is simple, to be....
“A welcoming and inclusive church, we at All Saints are committed to loving God, becoming like Jesus, and reaching out with His love to His world.”
weekly Communion services
weddings, christenings and funerals
peace and quiet
space for reflection
pastoral visits to any who are alone, sick, frail or just need a friend
a place to meet God and to find faith
You will be able to find out about our Services, Community and Clergy on this site. If you would like to know more about Jesus click on the rejesus link below, if you want to know more about All Saints why not come along to any one of our services or feel free to contact us.
If you are concerned that someone you know is at risk of, or is being abused, or presents a risk to others, please seek advice from the Diocese of Manchester's Safeguarding Adviser or if necessary report the matter to Trafford Council's Social Care Service or Greater Manchester Police without delay.