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Churchyard Closures

 

We will give notice of when the churchyard will be closed for maintenance here.  Please check before you visit and respect the safety of our groundsman but not visiting during these periods.

Worship

The Church of England has suspended worship in churches at the moment due to the Coronavirus.  

We are worshipping together online as a community using Zoom at 10am on Sundays. You are welcome to join us - please email: admin@nazeingchurch.co.uk and we will send an invitation. 

A short service and reflection is available every week on the YouTube Channel for Nazeing Church: 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7479PaVyeyIcLdfHTSKYKA

Or watch on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/Nazeing-Church-110401637239433/

Weekly Readings:

Please click here for the weekly Bible readings. 

 

Activity for Trinity Season:

Make and decorate your own Celtic Knot - a Triquetra - and remember your connection with God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Download the template Celtic-Knot 400x

Nazeing Church for Children:

We are also putting weekly stories and activities online for our children - see the links above. 

NEW: Mr Burt's Stories for Children

Mr Burt the Bear launches a new series of charming stories to help and encourage children. 

 

Praying for you

 

If you would like to pray for someone or for a situation, these will be included in the prayers we offer so please email hgheorghiugould@chelmsford.anglican.org or text Revd Helen on 07866 451744.
We are happy to speak to you on the telephone if you need support too.
We are here for you, as God continues to be with us all, in these dark and difficult times. We travel with hope remembering the opening words of the gospel of John: ‘The light shines in the darkness and the darkness did not overcome it.’ (John 1.5)  

 

 

Beating the Bounds of Nazeing - May 17-20 2020

Revd Helen walked the 22.6km boundary of Nazeing over three days in May to pray for the parish and raise urgently needed funds for the parish. This was the traditional 'Beating the Bounds' parish walk which takes place in Rogation Tide in May. We hope to repeat it next year as a community event.

Churches, alongside many other charities and businesses, have been badly impacted by Coronavirus. We are seeking to raise £5,000 to keep going this year. Please donate via Paypal here: 

http://www.nazeingchurch.co.uk/donate

10% of what we raise will go to support communities in Marsabit, the northern region of Kenya, where drought and locusts are affecting communities as well as Coronavirus. Thank you for helping us and them.
 

Help identify the next Bishop of Chelmsford.

The process to identify the next Bishop of Chelmsford is underway. We’ll be organising a discussion as a parish soon. In the meantime, you can have your say at https://bit.ly/3dCDdnY

 

Spring Magazine

Due to the Coronaviris we have been unable to deliver the Parish Magazine.  Please click here to view it.

Parent & Baby Group - Little Dears

Our twice monthly meetings have been suspended for the moment, but please get in touch if you would like to join the group when we re-start.  

We usually meet 10.30am to 11.45 at St Giles two Thursdays each month.

Contact Sue on 07840 059565 for more information.

Exploring your Faith

We are exploring running confirmation classes later in the year. This is a lovely opportunity to go on a spiritual journey and understand more about your faith. No experience necessary! If adults or children (9+ years) are interested please let Revd. Helen know 07866 451744.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Welcome to the parish of Nazeing

Nazeing is one of the largest parishes in Essex. 

Our Christian community on this headland dates back over a thousand years when, in the 7th Century, the followers of St Cedd brought the gospel to Essex.The parish has two churches:

All Saints, a beautiful Grade 1 listed church, which dates back to the 11th century. 

St Giles, at the crossroads in Nazeing village, was built in 1964 and has been a much-loved community church and hall for over 50 years.

We use both churches for different styles of worship - see Our Services for more details.

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ACCESS STATEMENT:

All Saints Church - All Saints is accessible to people with mobility impairments through a rear door which is step free. Our 15th porch and front door has a low step and an uneven floor. Internally most places of the church are step free and there is a disabled toilet. Space can be set aside in our car park for disabled users if required. There is no hearing loop. Please contact the Parish Office in advance on 01992 892937. 

St Giles Church - St Giles is accessed over a wooden footbridge with quite a steep incline, so users with mobility disabilities may need assistance. Access to St Giles via a low ramp can be arranged. Please contact the Parish Office in advance on 01992 892937. Internally there is ramped access and there is a disabled toilet and a hearing loop.

SAFEGUARDING STATEMENT: 

The PCC of All Saints with St Giles Nazeing is 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.

https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding

Our Parish Safeguarding Representative is Corina Wigmore who can be contacted on 07496 954678.

For more information please see out Safeguarding page.

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