All Saints Church, Elm, to re-open with Christmas Eve Midnight Communion

MIDNIGHT Communion on Christmas Eve will be the first service to take place in the re-opened All Saints Church, Elm, following a two-month refurbishment.

A new meeting room has been created in part of the south aisle of the 13th century church, with a new kitchen and toilets installed in the vestry area.

The first service at the re-opened church is Midnight Communion on Christmas Eve, starting at 11.30am.

The works were funded by the Elm Church Hall Charity. Treasurer Rupert Wilkes said: “This has been a complex project carried out in a Grade I listed building.

“We are very grateful to all of our contractors, who have worked extremely hard to achieve a pre-Christmas completion.”


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