Loughborough's Historic Parish Church
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.Since the pandemic began we have sought to offer worship and build up a community online, something that we continue to do. You can connect with us on Facebook where a service of Morning and Evening Prayer is said daily Monday to Friday at 9.00am and 7.00pm.
Our Rector Writes:
Covid Measures a statement from our Rector and Church Wardens, July 20th 2021We believe that worship and a sacred space such as All Saints should be as accessible as possible. Mindful that there are those in our community who are clinically extremely vulnerable to covid or have a family member in this position we want to ensure that no one feels unable to attend a church service or to visit the historic parish church. Therefore, whilst infection levels in Charnwood continue to rise, we shall take a cautious approach, encouraging all our visitors to continue observing the routine of cleaning hands, wearing a face covering, and observing social distancing. We are very fortunate at All Saints to have such a large building that is naturally well ventilated which does give us some confidence in being able to welcome people safely and informs our decision to go ahead with some level of limited congregational singing provided people are wearing face masks. Our choir will continue to sing unmasked provided they have recorded a negative lateral flow test prior to the service. For more information or to ask any questions please contact the Parish Office. We shall be keeping these guidelines under review and thank you for your support.
Reverend Wendy Dalrymple
Rector of All Saints with Holy Trinity