Funerals and burials supported by All Saints Church
We regret to advise that because of the current public health restrictions, funeral services are no longer able to take place in the church. Our church buildings are closed by order of the Government.
The only available options for Church of England funerals are the following:
• a short service at the crematorium, with or without a very small congregation, which may only include spouse/partner, parents, and children of the deceased;
• a short service at the graveside, under the same conditions.
Families who would have had an attendance of a large number of extended family and friends might consider holding a memorial service at a later date after the current restrictions are lifted.
If you are visiting this page because you have been bereaved we would like to assure you of our love, support and prayers.
The ministers at All Saints Church are available to conduct a Christian funeral and/or burial service for any resident of the local community who has passed away.
Our ministers are ready to offer a bereaved relative, or executor, general support, and help in planning the service, from the moment we are informed of the need.
If the service is to be followed by cremation our ministers will conduct a service either at a local crematorium in the area, or, the service may be held within All Saints Church and followed by a committal at the crematorium immediately afterwards.
If the service is to be followed by a burial in All Saints churchyard then a service within the church beforehand is usual.
Our ministers work closely with all local funeral directors. Our aim is to offer the best possible care during the difficult days for family members after the death of a loved one and whilst preparing for the funeral service.
Please contact us as soon as possible if you would like one of our ministers to be alongside you at this time.