A Message from the Vicar

Dear Friends,

Following the announcement of a third national Lockdown, the churchwardens and I, with the support of the PCC, have decided to move all of our worship here at All Hallows online for a season. We believe it is in the best interests of our community, staff and local visitors, to temporarily close the building, whilst of course keeping the church very much open online.

Although we will not be holding services in the church during the lockdown, the All Hallows community is continuing to meet online during this time using Zoom to help us share together in prayer, reflection and worship, and all are welcome to join our online services. All Hallows also has a special ministry to visitors from all around the world, and so at this time we particularly welcome those who are joining us for the first time, from near and far. To find out how to join our worship online, please visit the Online Worship page for details - we do hope you will be able to join us.

As a community All Hallows remains in good heart and hopeful as the vaccines continue to be rolled out, and we will continue during this demanding season to enjoy our worship together, to support one another through our Pastoral Network, and to pray for our world at this time and for all those who are working so hard to keep us safe. In particular we remember those in the NHS and all on the front line in our public services.

My prayers for us all, our parish and wider community, our families and friends, as we continue to travel hopefully into 2021, knowing that with God's guidance and encouragement, we are taking the best care we can for one another and those for whom we are responsible.

With every blessing,


Rev’d Katherine Hedderly
Vicar of All Hallows by the Tower