All Hallows Church
is a fine medieval building at the heart of the ancient parish of Ordsall.
For nearly a thousand years this church has
served the people living and working in the parish; offering a place to gather
to celebrate, to mourn, to worship.
Extending far beyond the area around the
church, Ordsall Parish includes everywhere south of Albert Road to beyond the
Golf course and everywhere east of the A620 (the Worksop road) to Grove Kennels.
For everyone living in Thrumpton, Whitehouses or the Bracken Lane area, All
Hallows is your church.
All Hallows offers a welcome to everyone who
comes regularly on a Sunday, occasionally throughout the year or once in a
while for the milestones of life.
Sadly the stone work of this local landmark
is beginning to crumble and the roof is letting in water.
Essential repairs will cost in the region of
£75,000, and additional funds will be needed for future repairs in order to save
this beautiful old church from the fate of other local churches forced to close
by mounting repairs bills.
Help us to save All Hallows so it can continue to serve the
people of Ordsall Parish in the years to come.
value the ongoing ministry that All Hallows offers and this beautiful old
building you may wish to donate money either as a one off or on a regular
please go to the following
If you are
a regular tax payer, the Church will receive an additional 25% if you gift aid
your donation. This is at no extra cost to you.
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Revd. Donald Williams was a curate in Ordsall when Revd. Bill
Williams was the Rector
of All Hallows. Click on the link below to read his
Donald Williams - All in a Lifetime