The Parish of Abbots Langley

Accessibility Statement

Accessibility Statement

This website was designed to be accessible and deliver the best viewing experience possible. Below is an outline of items which may improve your experience.

Text Resize

Text on this website can be re-sized using in-built features in your browser. Each browser varies in how to resize text and zoom website pages. Please refer to your browsers help file for further details.

Website Technologies

This website uses a number of technologies to enhance your viewing experience. Website pages use CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to style pages and improve layout, it also uses javascript and flash technology for a number of functionality and layout features.


The website should remain in a usable state even with the all or some of the above features disabled in your browser, however the experience would be extremely compromised.


It is advisable that you download and install the latest versions of Adobe Flash and Adobe Reader for both compatibility and security reasons.

System Compatibility

This website should display correctly in any modern web browser on both PC and Mac based systems. Testing has been carried out with several of the latest versions of popular browsers to ensure good compatibility.

The viewing experience may be compromised on older versions of browser software or on version that are not specifically designed for desktop or laptop computers e.g. tablet devices. It is strongly advisable to ensure you are running the latest browser software for compatibility and security reasons.

Screen Resolution

This website requires a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768 but is best viewed on a screen of 1280 x 1024 pixels or above. If you have a lower screen resolutions than advised the website will still work, but the experience may be compromised due to having to scroll horizontally to see the full width of a website page.

Mobile Devices

Mobile devices vary greatly in their capabilities. Most internet enabled mobile devices should be able to use this website at a basic level with more modern devices being able to deliver a much higher quality experience.

Screen Readers

This website should work effectively with most screen reader software. We include accessibility ‘tags’ within the coding of the website to help ensure that users of a screen reader can easily navigate around content and pages.


This website may contain Newsfeed indicated by a feed icon or link. News feeds allow you to receive new website content directly without having to revisit the website to check for changes.

In order to access news feeds you will need to select a ‘news reader’ which can either be an online service or a piece of software for your computer (PC or Mac) or your mobile device.

Website Downloads

Although we take every precaution to scan files before they are offered for download it is essential that you scan files after download to ensure they are free from viruses.

Website Problems

If you should encounter any problems with this website please provide feedback via our contact page and the problem will be investigated swiftly.

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Monday 10th August

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9.15am Morning Prayer 


Tuesday 11th August

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9.15am Morning Prayer 

9.00pm Zoom session to discuss this coming Sunday's readings. Please contact Revd Peter Waddell for details.


Wednesday 12th August

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9.15am Morning Prayer 


Thursday 13th August

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9.15am Morning Prayer


Friday 14th August

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9.15am Morning Prayer 


Saturday 15th August

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9.15am Morning Prayer 


Sunday 16th August

10.00am Morning Prayer in St Lawrence, due to social distancing guidelines, please let the Church Office know if you would like to attend, as numbers are more limited than usual. 

6.00 pm Eucharist service in St Lawrence, once again if you could let the Church know if you would like to attend.

Both services will be broadcast on (Technology permitting).  You can download the service bookets on the website.