Welcome to All Saints' Church in Queensbury!
We are delighted to be able to worship in church again. Our services take place every Sunday at 10am. You're all very welcome.
Although many of the legal restrictions are now lifted, we will still keep some measures in place to protect our vulnerable congregation from COVID-19. We are no longer taking track and trace details, and although we'd encourage you to use hand sanitiser, and it will be available, we aren't requiring it. You may also use any door you wish to enter and leave the church building, we're not sticking to our one way system any more.
We would though prefer you to wear a mask unless you're exempt, and we will only be offering the sacrament of Holy Communion in one kind.
We do ask you to bear in mind that others may be more anxious than you are, so please do respect social distancing, and don't get too close to other people in the congregation.
And we're delighted to say that we are now offering refreshments again after the service, so please do feel free to stay for a cup of coffee if you'd feel safe to do so.
If you are looking for a church in Queensbury, wanting to find out about our services, or thinking about a baptism or a wedding, you've come to the right place.
We are a Church of England church, with regular services of Holy Communion at 10am on Sundays, as well as on other special occasions during the year. To find out more about what our services are like, please see here.
We also have a modern and flexible Hall, which hire out for one-off or regular bookings.
We would be
really pleased to see you if you want to come along to a service. If you
are Romanian, you will be very welcome to worship with us. Our services are in
English, but we want to make it possible for everyone who lives in Queensbury
to pray and praise God and grow in faith here at All Saints'. Please see here for
Daca sunteți români, sunteți foarte binevenit să va rugați cu noi. Serviciile noastre sunt în limba engleză, dar dorim să facem posibil pentru oricine trăiește în Queensbury să se roage și să laude pe Dumnezeu la Tuturor Sfinților (All Saints'). Vă rugăm să consultați pagina aceasta pentru mai multe detalii.
The care and protection of children, young people and adults involved in church activities is the responsibility of everyone who participates in the life of the church, and it's a responsibility we take very seriously. The PCC have adopted the House of Bishops' Safeguarding Policy, promoting a safe church for everyone we are involved with.
If you have a concern about a child, young person, or adult who may be at risk of harm, please speak the Rev'd Kate Blake, our vicar, on 020 8952 4536, or to one of our Safeguarding team - our Safeguarding Officers are Heather Thomas, who can be reached on 07931 571 841; and Michael Fisher, 07836 381 073.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch, we'd much rather know about a concern that proves to be misplaced than risk someone suffering. If you want more information about any safeguarding issues, or the numbers to call for support locally, please see our Safeguarding page here.
We hope our website will answer some of your questions. But even more, we hope that you will want to come and visit us. We would love to meet you!
If you would like to support our work in the parish, we'd be very grateful for any donations. For more details please see our Online Giving page, or you can give online using the button at the top of this page. Thank you very much for your support.