All Saints’ Church

Springfield, Chelmsford

A friendly, welcoming church for everyone
in the heart of the community

News


Lent and Easter at All Saints'

Posted 25/02/2020

During Lent we will have a preaching series at our Sunday 10.30 am services in the Church, called A Lenten Journey: Building our relationship with God. Each week will have a special theme:

  • Sunday 1st March - Worship Together - Sin and grace
  • Sunday 8th March - Holy Communion - God's promises
  • Sunday 15th March - Morning Prayer - Faith
  • Sunday 22nd March - Mothering Sunday - Worship Together - Mother's love
  • Sunday 29th March - Holy Communion - Life created from death

We will be holding special services during Holy Week and Easter.

Palm Sunday 5th April

  •   8.00 am - Holy Communion
  • 10.30 am - Procession and Holy Communion
  • 10.30 am - Sunday Special in the Hall
  •   4.30 pm - Evening Prayer

Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th April

  •   7.30 pm - Holy Week Reflection

Wednesday 8th April

  • 10.00 am - Holy Communion
  •   7.30 pm - Holy Week Reflection

Maundy Thursday 9th April

  •   7.30 pm - Holy Communion

Good Friday 10th April

  •   9.50 am - Procession of Witness leaves from Springfield Green
  • 11.00 am - Service in Chelmsford High Street
  •   2.00 pm - 'Wondrous Cross' - A Service of Music and Readings 

Easter Day Sunday 12th April

  •   8.00 am - Holy Communion
    (followed by an Easter breakfast in the Church Centre)
  • 10.30 am - Communion Together
  •  [4.30 pm - no service]

Where to find the latest News from All Saints' Springfield

Posted 08/01/2020

  • On Facebook
  • On the Weekly Sheet which you can download from the Home page
  • In the monthly magazine 'in touch' which you can download from the Home page

Staying in Touch with All Saints' Springfield

Posted 27/08/2018

Under the latest data protection legislation, we need your permission to contact you. If you would like to receive information from time to time about All Saints' news, events, activities, initiatives and/or services which we think would interest you, please complete a Staying in Touch form (PDF or Word format) and return it to our PCC Secretary David Gauld by email or post to the addresses given on the form.  Or you can leave it in his pigeonhole at the church, or in the box for completed forms which we will have at every church service during September.

The ways that we use your contact details and keep them safe, and your rights concerning any personal data that we hold about you, are fully explained on the 'More About Us' page under the heading Data Protection.