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Published by Michael Topple on Thu, 2 Apr 2020 11:02
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Every day, a member of our Ministry Team provide a short thought for the day. Today, the Rev. Wendy Pagden, our Pioneer and Community Minister, encourages us to cast our burdens...

Published by Michael Topple on Wed, 1 Apr 2020 11:55
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Every day a member of our Ministry Team produces a Thought for the Day. Today Clement Arde-Acquah, our new Licensed Lay Minister, encourages us to embrace change...

Published by Michael Topple on Tue, 31 Mar 2020 11:13
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Every day a member of our Ministry Team provides a short reflection. Today Pam Higham, our Pastoral Assistant, Spiritual Companion and Lay Funeral Minister in Training, encourages us...

Published by Michael Topple on Mon, 30 Mar 2020 09:46
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Every day a member of our Ministry Team provides a short Thought for the Day. Today, Morag Bushell, one of our Licensed Lay Ministers, reminds us that this is God's world...

Published by Michael Topple on Sun, 29 Mar 2020 10:30
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The Reverend Wendy Pagden leads us in an act of worship...

Published by Michael Topple on Fri, 27 Mar 2020 10:00
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Every day a member of our Team provides a short Thought for the Day. Today Michael Topple, who is our Pioneer Administrator and ministers in the United Reformed Church, encourag...

Published by Michael Topple on Thu, 26 Mar 2020 09:36
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Every day a member of the Ministry Team gives a short Thought for the Day. Today Tony Bushell, Priest-in-Charge, reminds us of the importance of prayer...

Published by Michael Topple on Wed, 25 Mar 2020 10:00
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Every day one of our Ministry Team provides a short Thought for the Day. Today, Clement Arde-Acquah, our newly qualified Licensed Lay Minister, invites us to 'fear not'...

Published by Michael Topple on Tue, 24 Mar 2020 11:49
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Each day a member of the Ministry Team will offer a short 'Thought for the Day'. Today, Morag Bushell, one of our Licensed Lay Ministers, encourages us to remember God's presenc...

Published by Michael Topple on Mon, 23 Mar 2020 10:31
Church Without Walls

Each day a member of the Ministry Team will offer a short 'Thought for the Day'. Today, Wendy Pagden, our Pioneer and Community Minister, encourages us not to be afraid...

Published by Michael Topple on Mon, 23 Mar 2020 10:03
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An announcement regarding the closure of St Albright's Church

Published by Michael Topple on Sun, 22 Mar 2020 13:14
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Although there were no Sunday services in church today, owing to the Coronavirus, the Pioneer Ministry Team kept Stanway very much in their prayers

Published on Sat, 21 Mar 2020 17:15
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A short service for Mothering Sunday, written by the Rev. Tony Bushell, Priest-in-Charge

Seeking to be the transforming presence of God's love in Stanway

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - Closure of St Albright’s Church

St Albright’s is the Church of England Parish Church for Stanway, Essex, in the Diocese of Chelmsford. St Albright’s is at the heart of the community of Stanway today as it has been for at least 800 years. 

The Church is open for prayer daily from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

Rooted in prayer, in scripture and in the liturgical tradition of the Church of England, we are called in faith by our Lord Jesus Christ to proclaim His Gospel message in word and sacrament and through dignified liturgy and music. We aim to nurture and support each other in our faith and to offer pastoral help to those in need. We aim to make our church a place of welcome to all and a space for prayer and reflection.

We place great importance on Eucharist-centred worship and on teaching the faith of the church as it has been handed on from each generation to the next.

In many ways we are a typical Church of England parish: our main weekly service is a Sung Parish Eucharist on Sundays at 10.30am, but there there is also an earlier (9.00am) Prayer Book Holy Communion and a simple modern language Communion on every Wednesday at 9.30am.

We try to be a place of quiet and welcome and to make our services welcoming, straightforward and reflective.

Visitors tell us that we are welcoming to newcomers and visitors alike, so why not visit us one Sunday soon?

For information on our Safeguarding policy, please click here.

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