A new All Saints with Holy Trinity Website is being created

Work is ongoing on the creation of a new Parish Website. When it is launched you will notice a change in this web page. You will not need to do anything because the changeover will be automatic and still accessible via allsaintsloughborough.org.uk

Loughborough's Historic Parish Church

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Loughborough’s oldest parish church serves the communities of Hastings, Storer and Lemyngton and offers a place of worship and welcome to all.

The building is home to an inclusive Christian community, part of the Diocese of Leicester and sits within the liturgical and sacramental tradition of the Church of England. All Saints seeks to be a place where people from all walks of life can connect with a sense of the sacred, explore the Christian faith with depth and intellectual integrity and where love of God is expressed in word and deed.

Worship is offered throughout the week with special services offered for those wishing to celebrate their marriage, the birth of a child or to mourn the passing of a loved one. The church community of All Saints looks to work in partnership with all those who share the values of the kingdom of God.  They are members of Loughborough Churches Partnership, Loughborough Council of Faiths and Human Rights and Equalities Charnwood.

The parish office is situated within Fearon Hall where our current Rector Revd. Wendy Dalrymple can often be found.


Our Rector Writes:

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  “Whether you come through the doors of this ancient place of worship to seek God, to appreciate local history, to rejoice or to mourn you will find a warm and friendly welcome. I look forward to meeting you.”

Covid Measures a statement from our Rector and Church Wardens, August 18th 2021

Having recently reviewed our covid measures we have decided to continue through the autumn with an approach that prioritises protecting the vulnerable. We believe that worship and a sacred space such as All Saints should be as accessible as possible so whilst other social settings may now be taking a more relaxed approach, we shall continue with measures that enable everyone to feel able to attend a church service or to visit the historic parish church. We are mindful that the vaccine programme is still being rolled out and that factors such as the return of schools and the university coupled with inclement weather (and more time inside) means we are likely to see a rise in case rates. We are very fortunate at All Saints to have such a large building that is naturally well ventilated which does give us the confidence to expand the number of services and opportunities for congregational singing we are offering but we shall continue to seat people socially distanced and ask that everyone wears a face covering when moving around the building and when singing. The exception to this is the choir and those leading the service who will have recorded a negative lateral flow test prior to any service. We shall be keeping these guidelines under regular review and would be pleased to hear from anyone with further questions, views or concerns. Please email or call the Parish Office. (Contact details can be found here). Thank you for your support.
 
Reverend Wendy Dalrymple

Rector of All Saints with Holy Trinity