This Sunday at All Saints

Join us this Sunday at All Saints.
Sunday 15th October, Trinity 18
8.00am BCP Communion
10.00am All Age Sung Eucharist
3pm Memorial Service
6.30pm Evensong News Sheet (Updated every Thursday)

Forthcoming Events

All the latest events coming up at All Saints.

Try Alpha

Whether you have been a Christian for many years – (or even all your life!), or are just starting to wonder if there may be more to life, Alpha is an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment

There will be weekly meetings on Tuesday evenings at All Saints Parish Centre, 7.30 – 9.45 p.m. The evenings will start with a meal, followed by a talk or video. After that there will be a chance for questions and discussion in small groups. There will also be a Saturday, 10.0 – 3.0 at another venue.

Sharing Life

This 9th–16th July we are welcoming Bishop Michael and a team of people for ‘Sharing Life’ a mission in our parish. This will be a week of doing what we do together as a church, but making it special. Seeking to love and serve the community and especially those who are connected to All Saints but could become a greater part of the family.

There are a range of events - please contact us for me details!

Midsummer Fire Service 21st June

Join us this Wednesday 21st June at 7.30pm for our Midsummer service,
remembering John the Baptist and the turning of the year.
Real fire and marshmallows, all ages welcome!

Praying for Manchester: Thy Kingdom Come

This last week we celebrated the feast of the Ascension, a celebration of Christ’s rule and reign. Jesus is taken into heaven, something the Gospel writers struggle to explain in physical terms. And yet the spiritual implications are clear. That Christ, in full divinity and full humanity is seated now far above all rule and authority and power and dominion. A ruler that rules over people justly, like the sun rising on a cloudless morning, gleaming from the rain on the grassy land.

It is a rule that brings earth to heaven, Jesus knowing fully temptation, trials, suffering and death. It is a rule that brings heaven to earth, as the Holy Spirit is poured out upon God’s people - the church - which is Christ’s body on earth. It is a rule that we as Christians experience in our own walk with God and our relationship with others.

And yet this last week we have also seen horrific events in Manchester that are far from Christ's rule and reign. It is clear that Christ’s victory on the cross …

Thy Kingdom Come 2017

Global wave of prayer 25th May - 4th June

​"I cannot remember in my life anything that I've been involved in where I have sensed so clearly the work of the Spirit"
Archbishop Justin Welby
Sunday 28th May 6.30pm Evensong with reflections on Thy Kingdom Come

Monday 29th May 7.30pm Conversations in the In-Between Stations 1-3

Tuesday 30th May 7.30pm Conversations in the In-Between Stations 4-6

Wednesday 31st May 7.30pm Eucharist for Thy Kingdom Come

Thursday 1st June 7.30pm Conversations in the In-Between Stations 7-9

Saturday 3rd June 6.30pm Hour of Prayer