All Saints Church - Darfield
We are a congregation of mixed ages seeking to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ under the authority of the Bible, in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Scroll to the bottom of this page to hear our our Bellringers contribution to Remembrance 2020
Countdown to Christmas
Something Special for Advent - Some activities to share
Click HERE to download the sheet
Fund Raising Update
If you are shopping on line at one of the 4,000 or so linked sites you can help us raise much neeeded funds at no extra cost.
In the six months up to September 2020 we received over £50 from Easy Fundraising See the sidebar for how to sign up and add to our total
We have also received £5.54 from Amazon shoppers through smile.amazon
Sign in to smile.amazon.co.uk and we will receive a small donation each time you shop at no cost to you. Just search for Darfield in the list of causes and select the PCC of Darfield.
Public Worship - Current Update
We are following guidance that has been issued by the Archbishops, and so are suspending public worship at All Saints and at St Michael's.
Sadly this means that the Church Buildings will remain closed for public worship until further notice.
See our current news sheet for changes to our on-line servicesWe are open for Private Prayer.
All are welcome to join us for Private Prayer Only as follows:
Sundays 2:30pm to 3:30pm,
Thursdays 10:00am to 11:00am.
Remember, the Church of God is not just a building! Why not join us for one of our Facebook services......
All our services are currently being held via Facebook on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. , .
Updates will appear here, and on our Facebook pages
Have you missed hearing the bells?
As we wait until we are able to meet in the church again, here is a clip of our bells, recorded by Peter, for you to enjoy...
Do you want to know more about what it means to be a Christian?
Follow this link to St Andrew's Kendray to find out.
The Parish of Darfield is committed to high standards in the safeguarding and care of children, young people and vulnerable adults. The PCC has adopted the Church of England's policies and best practice on safeguarding. Our Safeguarding Officer is Adam Fingerneissl, who can be contacted as indicated on our Safeguarding Information poster, which gives further information and contacts details. Our Parish Safeguarding Policy is available, which includes a section on Domestic Abuse , a section on Social Media Guidance, a section on Photos and Videos and a section on Ex-Offenders.
With lockdown, our bells have once again become silent. They would normally have been rung half-muffled to mark the start of the Remembrance Sunday Service in the Parish Chuch. With no service in Church a single bell was tolled to mark the 2 minutes silence around 11:00 a.m.. Thanks to Joe for ringing and Kay for the recording