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EASTER EVENTS: Church in Kings Langley announces services set to bring village community together

 Published on: 23rd March 2021   |   By: Holly Bullen   |   Category: Uncategorized

All Saints Church has announced its Easter services which will bring the Kings Langley community together both virtually and in person.

Father James, team vicar at All Saints’ said that they are looking forward to welcoming back the community in person after the challenging lockdown.

He said: “We have lots happening at All Saints over Holy Week, some services are online and some are in person.

“After a difficult few months for everyone, it is wonderful to be able to offer worship in church again and anyone is welcoming to come along.”

Some of the Easter services are especially suitable for families and children:

  • 8.45am Palm Sunday, March 28: A short service and procession in the churchyard followed by hot cross buns and drinks to take away, kindly provided by Dalling and Co. (donations to All Saints are welcome). Please take care moving around the churchyard. Meet near the war memorial at 8.45am.
  • 9.30am Good Friday, April 2: Come and make an Easter Garden! A relaxed service in the church where each family will be given a kit to make an Easter Garden and we’ll think about the meaning of Easter. Places will be limited, so please email if you’d like to come.

The church will also be relaunching its Church in the Wild service on Easter Sunday at 11.15am, which previously had to be postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Father James said that this service also suitable for children will be, “an informal, outdoor service exploring faith and spirituality through nature and the outdoors.”

The service will then take place every first Sunday of the month.

If you would like to attend any services in the building, please email

The full list of services is on the website.

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