Vicar: Rev’d Caroline Beckett - 01206 30 87 26 -

All Saints with St James’ Church, Brightlingsea

August 2022 

“I am the bread of life… For my Father’s will is that everyone who looks to the Son and believes in him shall have eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day.” Jesus in John Ch. 6

Pastoral Letter. Click here:

From the Vicar August 2022

The pattern for in-person church services will be as shown in the document below:-


Or you can go to the ‘Services’ page and scroll through. Though no longer a legal requirement to wear a mask, the front two rows of seats on the left side (looking at the communion table) will be reserved for those who prefer to wear a mask.

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Builders will start urgent work to the repairs of All Saints church tower and the construction of a new kitchenette and toilet extension from approximately the end of August 2022, until Spring 2023. From July onwards while the work is progressing, access to the church will be out of bounds to the public and no services will be taking place for insurance, public liability and health and safety reasons. During the construction period, there will be a ground level perimeter exclusion area at the base to the tower which will be scaffolded to the full extent of its impressive height to give access to the corona (the masonry around the top of the tower). The church yard will be fully accessible. Other temporary works will include new external drainage, which will cause temporary access measures to the north side of the church and church yard, but access to the ash lawn will remain, although limited periodically.

Funerals Sheila Crow (07944 For 108624) For We cannot hold funerals in All Saints after the end of June 2022

Weddings: Please contact Linda Salmon on 01206 30 63 65 for information. We cannot hold weddings in All Saints after the end of June 2022

Baptisms:  We are now fully booked for baptisms at All Saints until the end of June 2022. However we can accommodate baptisms at St James.

Prayer Requests If there is anything or anyone for whom you would like us to pray you can leave your request by calling this number:

01206 825479 

This number is only for prayer requests. If you need to call us about anything else you can find a list of the contact details of the Vicar and officers of the church here:

Donations: To make a donation for the church’s work by phone Text SPECIALGIFT followed by the amount you wish to give to 70490. Texts cost your gift plus one standard rate message.

Safeguarding Policy: For safeguarding information, and contact details of our safeguarding officer click here:-