One of the paradoxes of bereavement is that while it is universal – we all lose the people we love best sooner or later – it is also unique. No two griefs are the same because no two relationships are the same. This means that whilst grief is universal it is also desperately lonely and isolating. And never more so than this year when our ability to come together to mourn and to care has been so compromised.

On Sunday November 1st we will be open between 10.30am (our service time, which lasts an hour) and then on until 2pm. You are welcome to come in and light a candle and remember a loved one. We will be staffed so we can offer you care if you need it, but it won’t be imposed on you. You can just sit.

God Bless

We are pleased to let you know that our Knit & Natter group are back at church on the First and Third Sunday of the month. We are making sure that we adhere Government guidance, test and trace, social distancing, wearing masks ...... Welcome Back!

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Slowly but surely we are opening St Alban's, at the moment we are opening on Wednesdays from 2pm - 4pm for PRIVATE PRAYER. Following guidelines from the Diocese and the Government we ask that when visiting the church, you use the hand sanitisers on reception, and that you remain socially distanced, we have rearranged the chairs to make this easier and so we resist the temptation to sit together ...

We are also working hard to get everything ready for SUNDAY WORSHIP and we are hoping to get back together at the beginning of August (watch this space for confirmation). It will be different to start off with as we follow guidelines and advice, but we will be together to worship and for those able to come it will be good to see you. If you need a bit more time before coming back that is fine, Revd Karen will still be available on our YouTube channel on Sundays at 10:30am.