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I grew up in Newcastle Upon Tyne where I also studied for a music degree, and then went on to study for a Master’s degree, specialising in musicology and vocal composition. My instrument specialism was voice and I enjoyed singing in choirs throughout my time at university. I accidentally fell into singing in church choirs and sometimes leading worship bands, which provided interesting variety. These traditions came together to give me both a greater understanding of God and a knowledge of the amazing breadth of worship in the Church of England. More...
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All Saints Church
Rector: Rev. Lorna Brabin-Smith
Telephone: 01522 794868
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Following indications that the number of people permitted to take part in a social gathering is to be reduced from 30 to 6 in England, we understand the new regulations will not apply to public worship or individual prayer in church.
Face masks mandatory,
THERE is new Church of England guidance on face coverings in places of worship, which is mandatory for congregations but not for those officiating at a service.