All services are currently suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak. See below to find out about the services we will offer after lockdown measures have ended.
The community of All Saints exists for two main reasons: to worship God and to serve the local area. We meet to pray and worship. We draw near to God so that he can polish the tarnish from our fragile lives and restore his image in us.
We are a very mixed congregation. Our aim is to create an open “safe” community where people are encouraged and helped to meet God. We don’t claim to have all the answers, but welcome you to come join us as we make the journey together. Christians talk about God as a mystery – not a puzzle to be solved, but a relationship to be entered into and an experience to be loved. We want to foster mature disciples who live out their faith day by day.
At All Saints, the Eucharist (Holy Communion or Mass) is central to our worship. We look to the scriptures to mould us and teach us. We try hard to love others as we experience God’s love for us. You are welcome to join us at any of our services.
All services are currently suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Said Communion at 8:00am follows Common Worship on the 2nd, 3rd & 5th Sundays of the month and the Book of Common Prayer on the 4th Sunday.
Said Communion at 9:00am follows Common Worship on the 1st Sunday of the month and includes a sermon.
Sung Communion at 10.30am follows Common Worship (the service varying with the church’s year) on the 2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays of the month. This is a robed service accompanied by choir and organist and the responses are sung. Tea, coffee & biscuits are served after the service.
Said Communion on Tuesday and Thursday follows Common Worship.
Womens World Day of Prayer
4th Sunday of Lent
Family service in September
All Souls’ Service
1st Sunday evening in November
Act of Remembrance at the war memorial 11:00am
Service for Advent
1st Sunday evening in December
Songs of Praise
Early in Advent
Family service in December
Candlelight carol service
You don’t have to be quiet in Church – it can be both noisy and fun!
Experience Little Saints and find out how!
At Little Saints we aim to introduce children to Jesus through a mixture of action songs, interactive stories and creative play which the whole family can enjoy together. It lasts no longer than half and hour, and is always followed by breakfast in the Tom Hauley Room.
Visit our Gallery page to see more photos of Little Saints and our other children’s activites.
We would love to see you there! Although Little Saints is aimed at families with young children, it is fair to say that any age is welcome. We want you to feel comfortable and ‘at home’ in All Saints Church with your children, and hopefully Little Saints can help you to do that.
When is it?
On the 1st Sunday of each month.
What time does it start?
We begin at 10:30am – but we don’t mind if you’re a bit late!
How long does it go on for?
Usually 20 minutes, but never longer than half an hour! We promise!
Where does it take place?
We begin in church, and then go into the Tom Hauley Room for breakfast.
What do we get for breakfast?
We offer bacon sandwiches, rolls, crossants, or even pain-au-chocolat. We also provide tea, coffee and cold drinks. The whole thing is yummy!
Messy Church is for all the family to come and meet Jesus through singing, lots of crafts and a big activity to do together. Then we all come together to share food and friendship.
You don’t have to be quiet in Church – it can be both noisy and fun
Visit our Gallery page to see more photos of Messy Church and our other children’s activites.
What is it?
Messy Church is a nationwide, even worldwide, event. More information can be found on the Messy Church website.
When is it?
3:00pm to 5:00pm on the 2nd Sunday of the month.
Where does it take place?
In the Tom Hauley Room behind the church.
Who to contact
To talk to someone about Messy Church in Harbury contact Liz McBride on 01926 612421 or just come along.