All Saints Church

All Saints Church Higher Kinnerton

All Saints Church is the village church in the heart of Higher Kinnerton.

An active Anglican church, it is part of Dodleston Parish with the ‘mother church’ of St Marys in nearby Dodleston. Church Services are held every Sunday at 9.30am and there are regular children’s events & monthly coffee mornings.

 

Worship

Services of Holy Communion are held at 9.30am every Sunday (except the first Sunday of the month when there is “Morning Worship”.) Check the calendar for special services such as Harvest, Remembrance Sunday, Christmas and Easter.

“Sunday Fundays” for children and parents are held on Sunday afternoons at 4.00pm about every month. (Check calendar for details). Sunday Fundays are aimed at children with a mix of songs, bible stories, and activities/craftwork and refreshments.

Weddings, Baptisms and Funerals held at All Saints Church, please contact the Rector. (Baptisms usually take place at our mother church, St Mary’s Dodleston.)

 

Events & activities

Coffee mornings are at 10.30am -12 on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Everyone welcome for coffee/tea, cake and chat!

Senior Citizens Lunches are at 12noon the 3rd Thursdays of most months (check calendar) with hot lunches provided by Ysgol Derwen. These popular lunches are currently oversubscribed. To get on the waiting list, contact the church.

Food Bank The church regularly collects food for a local food bank. To make your contribution bring non-perishable food to church and place in the basket near the door as you enter the building.

Parish Magazine is published every month. To get your copy, contact the church

 

People

The Rector is Revd. Hazel Clarke Phone 01244 660257 or email: hazelclarke@jcscomputers.co.uk

At moment, until November 2019, please contact instead Revd. Robin Mosley

Phone 01244 660341 or email rev.robinmosley@gmail.com

 

The Church Building

The church was designed by Douglas & Fordham and built in 1893 by the village following local fundraising. It is constructed of Ruabon brick with a central spire. More recently the church was extended to provide a small kitchen and toilet facilities.

The pews at the back of the church were removed to provide a flexible space for meetings, coffee mornings and lunches etc.