All Saints Church, Sinan was opened in 1873 and was built for an original cost of £215. The Church has a vibrant congregation, who are always cheerful and welcoming,.Anyone attending a service is guaranteed a warm welcome and a cup of Coffee after the service.
If you are new to the area or are still looking to find a church where you can feel at home, then why not come along to one of our services. The following comment was made by a newcomer to the area who worshipped at ‘Sinan’ for a few months, before moving to another part of the country; “All Saints Church, Sinan has a fantastic warmth and friendliness about it that made me feel instantly part of the church family when I was new to the area. It is a small, highly interactive congregation where everybody is made to feel included.”
For further information, please email the Churchwarden or the Lay reader who live in the local community. Their details can be found in the ‘Contacts’ section.
- First Sunday
- 9.45am, Holy Eucharist
- Second Sunday
- 9.45am, All Age Worship, Morning Prayer
- Third Sunday
- 9.45am/11.15 – Parish Holy Eucharist – The congregations of St Mary’s, Cefn and All Saints, Sinan hold joint services. In the Summer months (May to Oct) – 11.15 in St Mary’s) and in the Winter (Nov – Apr) 9.45 in All Saints
- Fourth Sunday
- 9.45am, Morning Prayer
- Fifth Sunday
- 9.45am, Details of the services planned for months with a 5th Sunday will be posted at the beginning of the month
The congregation of Sinan welcomes visitors but it is not possible to open the church every day. Anyone wanting access to the church for private reflection and prayer can find details on the Notice board outside the church gates with details of how the church can be opened. Visitors regularly comment on the peace and tranquillity they sense when they enter the building.
The church is within short driving distance from the A55. There is no nearby public transport but lifts can be arranged for anyone wanting to attend services.
The church is accessible for Wheelchairs