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Welcome to our website, which shows our Sunday Services & other key events and activities taking place at
All Saints' Church Longstanton
June 2020

Dear all,

It is well over two months since we entered the restrictive and for many the frightening world of the ‘coronavirus pandemic'. We hope that during this period of anxiety and uncertainty you have managed to remain well and safe as best you can.

The Church here in Longstanton remains closed for the foreseeable future, However you can have a virtual wander around the church grounds, Click on link:

As you watch and listen take a few moments to reflect upon and pray for those we know or might not know but whose lives have already been significantly affected as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic. We especially pray for Paul Ingle our organist at All Saints Church for over 70 years, who remains in hospital recovering from a fall. 
It's not all bad news, despite the church building remaining closed, the church [its people] remain very active in the form of online and telephone contacts, as well as providing much needed help and support within the wider village community.
Each week Revd Simon is leading Sunday worship from his home. He uploads his service on line in time for 9:30am each Sunday. You can hear his service at:
Keeping in touch...
If during this period of uncertainty you or someone you know locally needs help, guidance, advice or just a chat you can find details about how this can be done on the ‘Friends' website [Keeping in touch with you!]. There is also a very active group on Facebook [All Saints' Church, Longstanton] doing their bit.
For more details about what's going within our church community and beyond, please see our website at:
Details about what's going on in the 5folds group of churches can be found at:
Stay safe and don't forget to ‘Phone someone' this coming week.
The Friends....

Special Notice
To help ensure that we are all able to communicate with each other as well as others within our community, the
Friends of All Saints Church Longstanton
 is using its website as an additional means of
‘informing' as well as ‘keeping in touch'.

If during this period of continued uncertainty you or someone you know locally needs help, guidance, advice or just a chat you can find details about how this can be done on the
Friends' website [Keeping in touch with you!].



Coronavirus Outbreak
Due to the coronavirus outbreak we have had to close the church building
and make a number of changes in relation to our Church services and community activities.
Please see 'Diary Dates' and 'Simon's messages' for details of these ongoing changes.
If you want to have a virtual stroll around our church building please tap onto
the link below:

Click on this link to have a look around All Saints' Church

Pause for Thought!
There are no pluses that can be attributed to the current outbreak of the coronavirus, but on Easter Sunday morning at about 8:00am the sound of birds and wildlife around the church was clearly audible.
Such sounds of nature allow us to pause for just a few moments to reflect on those less fortunate than ourselves.
It brings into sharp focus the hurt, suffering, heartache and devastation that this outbreak of the coronavirus has had on so many lives in so many different ways.

Click on this link and spend a few moments watching and listening.






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Window All Saints


Front entrance to All Saints

Over 800 years of Worship...

All Saints Church Longstanton

RAF 7 Squadron Assoc Window of Rememberance

All Saints Church .... A resting place