Worship and Celebration at All Saints' Church, Stamford

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Sunday Worship

Every Sunday

  • 08:00: Holy Communion, Common Worship Order 1, said
  • 09:30: Parish Eucharist, Common Worship Order 1, sung

Monthly

  • 11:30 normally on 1st Sunday: Holy Communion, Common Worship Order 1, said
  • 11:15 normally on 3rd Sunday: Saints Alive! All-age service
  • 17:00 normally on 2nd Sunday: Choral Evensong (Prayer Book) with sermon
  • 18:30 normally on 1st Sunday: Be Still, Celtic-style worship
  • 18:30 normally on 4th Sunday: Eucharist with Prayer for Healing

Refreshments are served after the 09:30 service most Sundays. If you are attending an 11:15 service, do arrive early for refreshments first if you wish. Squash and biscuits are served after the 11:15 Saints Alive! service, too.

Weekdays

Daily Prayer

Morning and Evening Prayer are normally said in the chancel at the following times, and you are welcome to join the priest:

  • Monday to Friday: at 08:00 and 17:00
  • Saturday: at 09:00 and 17:00
  • 3rd Sundays: 18:30
  • 5th Sundays Night Prayer (Compline) at 18:30
Changes to these regular times are normally noted in the online calendar, but can also occur without notice in unforeseen circumstances.

You can participate in Daily Prayer on-line at any time by using the links here:

Morning Prayer or Evening Prayer

Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site, � The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2012

More help for your prayer life is available here


Thursdays:

  • 10:00: Holy Communion, Common Worship Order 1, said

Holy Communion on other days

  • On Mondays to Fridays the Holy Eucharist is normally celebrated at 12:00 at St Mary's Church, along the road in St Mary's Street
  • On Tuesdays the Holy Eucharist is normally celebrated at 10:00 at the Browne's Hospital chapel in Broad Street

For Holy Week and Principal Feasts such as Christmas and Ascension there will be additional sung celebrations of the Eucharist with separate publicity