Revd. Dr. Robert Adam Opala, Rector
Welcome to the website of All Saints Church, Rudby in Cleveland. We have now reopened and are following the Government guidelines, which means we can have services and have started to have weddings, baptisms and funerals once more. During lockdown we had Zoom services, but these have now been suspended for the time being. We plan on reintroducing Zoom services for different activities after the summer.
We hope that you can find the information you are looking for about our Church, but if not please contact us. There is also a website for the whole of the Whorlton Benefice, www.whorltonbenefice.org.uk, from where you can join any of the Zoom services.
You may need to talk with someone at church about something specific like a wedding or a baptism, or you may be bereaved or otherwise distressed and need someone to help. Whatever your issue, we are here to offer help and support.
In these pages you will find out about our church community, when our services are, what we do in them, and what kinds of things we do together, especially during this time of pandemic. We welcome you to our church to join us in worshipping God.
We hope you will find faith and friendship among us. Some of us have been here for many years, others are fairly new. We all see our Church’s worship, life and work as important to our lives and we hope that you will too.
All Saints Parish Church has stood here for 850 years. But the Church is people, not just a building. It’s the company of men, women and children who believe in JESUS CHRIST as LORD AND SAVIOUR, and who seek to serve Him in their daily lives, at home and work, at school and in the local community. We warmly invite you to share in this active Church membership.
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