All Saints Rayne



Opening the Church for private prayer

In line with government permissions, 

we are now able to open our church for private prayer.  

This will take place on 

Wednesdays between 9-12 and on 

Saturdays between  2-5 pm.

We are taking careful precautions to safeguard your health, including:

  • Providing hand gel on entry and exit for you to clean your Hands
  • Maximum of 6 people are allowed in the space at any one time
  • Closing the church in most cases for 72 hours after each open session and cleaning the church before each new opening
  •  If less than 72 hours has passed since re-opening (if there has been a funeral or filmed service) a deep clean will be carried out before reopening.  
  • Packing away small items like books and service sheets so that they can’t be handled and contaminated. 

We have provided prayer cards for you to use but you must take home the card after touching it so that it isn’t contaminated for the next visitor.

contact Beth or Roman


If you are self-isolating, or have any of the symptoms of Covid 19, you should stay home.  And if you have any doubts about being in the building, then do stay at home: taking care of yourself needs to be your first priority.



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Promoting a Safer Church

“We are committed to Safeguarding
Children, Young People, Victims
perpetrators of Domestic Abuse
and Vulnerable Adults.
The PCC has adopted the Church
of England’s policies and
best practice on safeguarding
which may be found
on the Church of England’s
website. safeguarding
Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is
Kay Coombes,
who may be contacted
at church or by email
safeguarding@allsaintsrayne.org.uk