Church Services January 2021 (update)
Under the new National Lockdown due to Coronavirus, we've taken some difficult decisions regarding gathered Church services.
Watch the following video update from Worship Pastor Wulf (recorded 07-Jan-21), talking about what that means for our services for the present
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You can also download a statement from our Churchwardens here.
As a church we remain available to all those seeking spiritual guidance or help.
Use the telephone numbers at the bottom of the page or contact us by email.
Church Life as it normally is...
All Saints' Church, Thorpe Acre is an Anglican church in the Diocese of Leicester, serving the people in this North Western region of Loughborough.
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An active evangelical church, we have a church family that is an effective mix of ages, from the very young to the much more senior in years and we value greatly the contribution each brings to our worship, outreach and service.
Our Church members come from a variety of backgrounds and cultures and this brings a great diversity to our lives as a worshipping community.
If you are in the area, do pay us a visit, you'll be most welcome.
You are welcome to join us at our services.
Sunday 10.30 am
This is our main congregational event. Refreshments are served from 10 am leading into a service, the style of which varies within the month. These are usually;
- 1st Sunday - All Age Worship
- 2nd and 3rd Sunday - Holy Communion
- Remainder - Family Worship
Children's group activities are available either in Church (1st Sun) or in separate rooms.
Tuesday 11:00 am
Wednesday 10:00 am
To discuss Baptism (Christening) or Thanksgiving services at our Church, please contact the Church Office.
To discuss Weddings, the Parish Secretary is usually available on Tuesday evenings at the Church Centre between 7.00 and 8.00pm.
Funerals are usually organised in the first instance through a Funeral Director who will liaise with the Church Office for a Minister's involvement.
Our services are relayed through a sound system with a Deaf Loop system for hearing aid users.
A small amount of parking for disabled people is available in the car park with level access into the Church.
Accessible toilet facilities are available.
Read the full Access Statement (pdf download).
Safeguarding at Thorpe Acre Church
For safeguarding concerns, please contact our local Safeguarding Co-ordinator, Sue Fellows.
If you wish to speak to the Diocesan Safeguarding Team, or to someone outside Thorpe Acre church, their contact details are available at this location on the Diocese website.
A Past Case Safeguarding Review is being carried out within the Church of England. Please read details here.