From Friday 10 December, face coverings will be required by law in most indoor settings, including places of worship*. Therefore, in SS Peter and Paul (Chingford Parish Church), and All Saints' (Old Church) face coverings must be worn* whilst inside the buildings. An exemption is permitted for singing. In the Vestry Hall and Church Hall, in line with government guidance, face coverings must be worn*. *You do not need to wear a face covering if you have a legitimate reason not to. This includes (but is not limited to): young children
We present the 38th Grand Christmas Concert on Saturday 18th December from 7.30pm - Popular choral and orchestral music for the festive season
Would you like to sing with us? Children aged 7 and over are invited to try out singing with our acclaimed choirs.
Fully Human, Fully Alive - the Parish of Chingford Education programme St Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons and a pupil of a pupil of the Apostle John, once wrote: “the greatest glory of God is a human being fully alive.” One of the ways we can become fully alive in God is understanding what God requires of us in our lives as individuals, and our lives with others. In other words, God asks us to reflect prayerfully, in the company of others, on what it means to be a human being, and
Easing COVID-restrictions this summer All this year the Risk Assessment Group (RAG) for the parish has been keeping an overview of all the complicated government regulations and guidelines, advice from the House of Bishops of the Church of England, and suggestions from the local authority. Following the move to "Step 4" of the easing of restrictions the RAG has made the following changes to our use of our church buildings: increased the numbers of people who may safely worship in our churches; maintained physically-distanced spaces in both churches for people nervous
Avoiding Scam Emails Some members of the parish may have received a scam email today or recently purporting to come from the Rector, and asking for assistance in buying online gift cards to be reimbursed later. THIS IS A SCAM. You can know that it is a scam by three things: The email doesn’t come from the Rector of Chingford email address but from a randomly generated email address. Check the address after the name, which might spoof my own. If it isn't the Rector's email address, it isn't from me.The
With the Covid 19 situation much improved, our activities are resuming! See here!