The Parish of All Saints with St John the Baptist, Stamford

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A parish of the Church of England in the Diocese of Lincoln and the Deanery of Stamford

This Week

Morning and Evening Prayer:

No Daily Prayer* until 4th August

All Saints' Community Café:

Open Fridays in church between about 09:30 and about 13:00 for hot drinks and light refreshments

* Every effort is made to hold the advertised prayer services, but weekday Morning and Evening Prayer are occasionally subject to cancellation without notice if the priest is delayed at another appointment

Thursday 24th July

  • 10:00 Holy Eucharist (Order 1)

Next Sunday, 27th July, 4th after Trinity

  • 08:00 Holy Eucharist (Order 1, said, page 167)
  • 09:30 Parish Eucharist (Order 1, sung)
  • 18:30 Evening prayer (said, page 38)

Sunday Saints, our group for young children, meets at the Church Centre, West Street, at 09:20
Coffee and biscuits are served in church after the 09:30 Parish Eucharist: do stay and chat

All Saints' Parish Church in the centre of Stamford aims to welcome anyone who comes seeking something of God. Whatever your stage in faith, from first vague enquiry to years of faithful worship and service, there is a place for you in the life of All Saints'. With about 12,000 residents, our parish is the largest in Stamford, extending out along the Tinwell, Empingham, Casterton and Little Casterton Roads and including Essex Road and New Cross Road, and like the other churches in the town, we have many members and visitors from all over Stamford and beyond.

We are ordinary local people who see in Jesus purpose and direction for our lives.

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The Annual Report for 2013
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St John's Church

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Parish map, showing location of church

Postcode for GPS Navigation purposes: PE9 2AG - not to be used for postal services
If the map shows that you are not in our parish, you can find out which is your own parish church by typing in your postcode on the PARISH FINDER here

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