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All Saints’ & Salutation is the Church of England parish in the West End of Darlington, with a congregation of all ages and active in the community
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There are often special acts of worship which take place throughout the year. The Vicar is very pleased to take Holy Communion to those people who are too ill or infirm to be able to attend church.
A weekly Parish Surgery is held each Wednesday at 6.45pm to arrange Weddings, Baptisms etc. Alternatively, please visit our Life Events area where you can learn more and complete an online enquiry form.

Our Sunday Services

Holy Commmunion8.30am

This is a said service, taken from the modern service book and including a short sermon. Some people from within the congregation are on rotas for reading lessons and administering the chalice; and some young people take it in turns to serve (assist the priest at the altar). On the second Sunday of the month it is followed by coffee.

Parish Commmunion10.30am

Usually, there is a sung service (with choir and hymns), taken from the modern service book and including a sermon. Many people from within the congregation are on rotas for reading lessons, leading prayers and administering the chalice (the wine). During the service there is a crèche and several groups for children and teenagers. Afterwards there is juice/coffee/tea and biscuits.

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The beginning of Advent

Advent is the holy season that precedes Christmas. From the Latin adventus(“arrival”), it is a time of hope and expectancy, when Christians prepare their hearts for the coming of Christ.

Advent encompasses the four Sundays (and weekdays) leading up to Christmas. It begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas, a date that changes every year. The length of the season varies between 22 and 28 days. In 2016, Advent begins on November 27.

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All Saints’ Church, Ravensdale Road, Darlington, DL3 8DT
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