If you would like to make a regular donation to All Saints' Church from your bank account, please set up a Standing Order to credit the account name terling PCC, Sort Code 20-97-40, Account Number 30868337. All contributions to the upkeep of the Church will be gratefully received.
To make your
donation larger, the Government will add another 25% if you are a UK Tax Payer
and complete a Gift Aid form. Copies of the form can be downloaded
here or collected from
the Church and handed to one of the Church Wardens.
Alternatively you can donate using the Just Giving service. For example, to donate £5 send TPCC £5 to 700070.
All Saints’ Terling and St Mary and St Peter, Fairstead have been in our villages for nearly a thousand years. In that time they have been a help, comfort, challenge, encouragement and inspiration to many. They are both left open every day and are often visited. Some visitors are interested in history and architecture, some are looking for their roots and some come to pray or meditate in a quiet, peaceful environment. All Saints’ has a children’s corner set up with books and drawing materials so that younger children can be occupied.
FEEL FREE TO USE THESE TWO CHURCHES.
Terling Chapel (United Reformed Church). Sadly, the final service was held in March 2017 and the chapel is now closed. For further information, please contact Witham URC at http://www.withamurc.org.uk/
This is how the Christian Church in Terling and Fairstead tries to provide for those seeking God and those trying to live a Christian life:
CHILDREN Baptism, Explorers weekly after school club, occasional Craft afternoon in the Church,.
Mothers’ Union, Monthly Bible Study, Monthly Tea
Service. Contact the Church Wardens for more details.
EVERYONE Church Services are at various times and range widely in style – something for everyone. You are assured of a welcome but we promise not to overwhelm you! The Parish Magazine carries full information – it can be sent to you.
FAMILY HISTORIANS The churches have records dating back to the 1500’s. Most have been deposited with the Essex Record Office in Chelmsford. Some copies and transcripts are available in the church or by arrangement with the the Church Warden. There are books about Terling’s history written by Mercia Langstone on sale in the Village Stores and at the church.
Christian Books, music and videos – we have stalls occasionally, there are Christian Bookshops in the URC Church in Witham.
Web sites www.chelmsford.anglican.org