Mission Statement: “...by
providing opportunities for worship”
Churchwardens and Deputy Wardens
The churchwardens and deputy wardens are responsible for the
orderly conduct of worship in the parish. The two churchwardens
have overall responsibility for the whole of the parish.
Each worship centre has deputy wardens who
share the work of the churchwardens:
All Saints Church: Sheila Grainger, Barbara Sissons & Barry Menzies
All Saints Church Centre: Bryan Smith, John Murray & Brian Tettmar
Church: Derrick Crouch, Bob
Kneller & Christopher Proudfoot
In addition we have 2 deputy wardens who help out at any worship centre as required:
Norma Crowe & Ann Senneck
Sunday worship involves the contribution of many people. They
are organised into rotas. The churchwardens have responsibility
- Bible Readers
- The Church Centre
preparation and clearance team .
Head Server and sacristan Shirley Wilson
co-ordinator Anne Senneck
All Saints’ co-ordinator Jean Bowes
Church Centre co-ordinator
Organists and Pianists
The musicians rota is
co-ordinated by Jim Fletcher
- Organists and pianists :
At the 10.30 service in All Saints Church Centre there is a music
SERVICES AT RESIDENTIAL HOMES
Holy Communion and services of hymns and praise are held in the
residential homes in the parish (Old Downs and Fairby Grange) and
also at the community centre for the Wellfield Sheltered Housing.
These services are co-ordinated by Wendy Stiddard
and Shirley Wilson.
The work of the worship committee is to:
- take an overall view of the worship offered in the parish,
looking at the balance of services held throughout the year;
- to review the worship, highlighting strengths and suggesting
improvements where necessary;
- to serve in an advisory capacity to the PCC in terms of liturgical
developments and service patterns.
Its members include those who are regularly involved in the
conduct and leadership of worship across the parish and its composition
also reflects the three worship centres in the parish.
The chairman of the worship committee is to be finalised