A Message from the Vicar

Open for Public Worship

We are delighted that All Hallows is now open for public worship with our regular Sunday Eucharist at 11.00am, as well as for prayer during the week. Our community is also continuing to gather and worship online during this season. Whether you come in person, or join our Online Community, we look forward to welcoming you to this beautiful and historic church, where prayer and worship have been offered for over a thousand years.  

‘Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.’   [Hebrews 8:13].

As a community we live with God’s promise to sustain us, encourage us and strengthen us always, through the love of Jesus Christ. As we come through the coronavirus pandemic, we invite you to journey with us and to know God’s love, care and faithfulness.

Church Opening Times:
Monday:                11.00am-2.00pm
Tuesday-Friday:   11.00am-5.00pm

Saturday:              Closed
Sunday                  12.00pm-2.00pm 
(following the 11am Eucharist Service)

During this time we continue to offer regular resources for prayer and reflection via our regular weekly emails. So that you can join in with this I do encourage you to sign up to receive them. See the ‘Join our mailing list’ on the home page and follow the instructions. When you receive an automated email asking you to confirm you wish to subscribe, please make sure you tick the weekly email option.

If you would like us to pray for you or for someone else, do please email vicar@ahbtt.org.uk and we will include your prayer in our daily prayers. If you would like to be in touch with myself or Rev'd Sophia Acland for pastoral support do email vicar@ahbtt.org.uk or sophia@ahbtt.org.uk and we would be very glad to speak with you.

During this challenging time of the pandemic we depend on your generosity to enable us to continue to offer our ministry far and wide. Please support All Hallows by giving on our donations page HERE.

All Hallows has a long association with the First Love Foundation and their foodbank in Tower Hamlets. Do continue to support them at this crucial time by donating online at: www.firstlovefoundation.org.uk.

With my prayers,


The Rev'd Katherine Hedderly