All Saints mission is to know, show and share
the love of Jesus Christ,
our Lord, come and join us.
SAFEGUARDING and CYBER SECURITY
Our parish is committed to the care, nurture and protection of all within our community especially children and vulnerable adults. We seek to keep in line with the Diocese of Guildford's Safeguarding Policy and Procedures which can all be found here.
Please click here to read The Parish of All Saints Headley Safeguarding and Cyber Security Policies, to contact our Safeguarding officer or email
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From Rev Andrew and all at All Saints
ALL SAINTS’ PARISH CHURCH
We are OPEN
services Thursday 9.30am, Sunday 8am and 10am Covid-secure Services
with PPE and social distancing in place
- you are welcome too! Numbers are rising each week. Come and Join Us.
Social distancing etc and hand sanitiser available going into church.
Sit at places in pews with orange stickers - opening for private prayer ceases.
You are welcome back (please wear a mask in church unless health issues prevent it).
[All Saints will hold 50 folk approx. for this]
Click here for Initial Risk Assessment for Opening Church Buildings to the Public:
Services, weddings, baptisms and funerals
20 SEPTEMBER SUNDAY – FIFTEENTH SUNDAY OF TRINITY
8.00am Holy Communion 1662
10.00am Parish Communion
24 SEPTEMBER Thursday
9.30am Holy Communion
Still shielding? See our Facebook page for a message from Rev Andrew
Funerals, Baptisms and Wedding ring Parish Office 01428-717207
See also ‘Grayshott and villages support group’ on FaceBook
And Helpline tel: 01428-748655
Special Services at All Saints in October to Christmas
All Saints’ Church opened on 4 July with full Covid precautions in place and the services (Sunday 8am and 10am, and Thursday 9.30am, plus Funerals, and Baptisms and soon a Wedding) have been held weekly since. Most people have been able to return, and all safely. Do come.
Harvest on 4th October will be as normal but the next special service after that on Nov 1 (together with the 10am All Saints’ Service) is the 4pm Bereavement Service, which usually has the numbers to be accommodated.
However, for Remembrance Sunday 8 Nov 10am, the PCC will discuss what format to do safely in its meeting on 23 September (we hope flag bearers will be there). This will also be true for the Christingle, Crib and Carol Services in Church and maybe on the Green (though this is currently unlikely). Midnight Mass may also be more than a single service too (I used to do 9.30pm and 11.15pm Services on Christmas Eve in a previous multi-parish Benefice). I envisage number limits meaning that folk wishing to come phone the Parish Office and book on a first come first served basis on a specific date a few days before the event.
I envisage the 11am Service (10.50am) on Remembrance Sunday 8 Nov outside will be run in a limited way and any attending must be properly socially distanced and wear a mask. Fewer people may attend anyway though. Again, we will discuss this with Covid rules in mind as a PCC. As yet the accessaa.co.uk website of the Dept of Culture Media and Sport (DPMS) advise that folk now must provide contact name and number for any Track and Trace needed.
Of course, as the Pandemic situation changes from week to week it is difficult to make decisions for certain (c.f. the Southampton Boat Show in September!) – but rest assured we will try our best to find out for November!
SAYING GOODBYE TO OLWEN
Today, 23 August 2020, we were able to say goodbye to Owen face to face. Olwen has served as Parish Administrator for the last 31 years, yes, you read it right, 31 years. Olwen has dealt with hundreds of wedding couples, scores of people 'just dropping in', endless queries on the telephone and half a dozen or so Rectors, so well done Olwen, enjoy your retirement!
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Welcome to our parish church website for All Saints’ Church, Headley in Hampshire. We are a village church proclaiming the Good News of Jesus to our small village in the Deanery of Farnham in the Diocese of Guildford in the Church of England on the Surrey Hampshire border.
Our church is ancient but welcomes all ages in our parish to the many events and worship service held each week, both ancient and modern. We have many local ecumenical events, see also
St Francis Community Church at www.StFrancisHeadleyDown.com, but also provide the many services of Baptisms (Christenings), Weddings and Funerals, as well as major Festival Events.
Our ministry is proclaiming and teaching the Gospel and following Jesus. We have a ministry to our local growing Holme Church of England Primary School, which is an Academy School for the Good Shepherd Trust.