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

This Sunday at All Saints

At his Ascension Jesus broke down the barriers between heaven and earth.
Join us this Sunday at All Saints.

Sunday 28th May
8.00am BCP Communion
10.00am All Age Healing Eucharist
6.30pm Evensong 
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Forthcoming Events

All the latest events coming up at All Saints.

APCM Report & Accounts

At our annual meeting we celebrate a year in the life of the church family, and elect new council members and officers.

Everyone is very welcome at 11.30am 23rd April, followed by a bring and share lunch.

The reports are available to download here:

Annual Report

Good Friday Children's Craft Workshop


Lent & Holy Week 2017

Lent Courses are running throughout Lent. Please contact us for details
Monday of Holy Week 19.30 Reflection Tuesday of Holy Week 19.30 Stations of the Cross Wednesday of Holy Week 19.30 Eucharist & Anointing Thursday of Holy Week 19.30 Eucharist & Foot Washing. Watch. Good Friday  10:00 Children's Workshop (until 13.00)
14:00 The Liturgy of the Cross Holy Saturday 20.00 The Service of Light Easter Day 5th April 08.00 BCP Eucharist,
10.00 Family Eucharist
18.30 Evensong Easter Monday 09.00 Breakfast then Easter Pilgrimage

Sue's Camino - France through Northern Spain

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I suppose this adventure really began back in 1979 when my parents and I walked the Pilgrims’ Way from Winchester to Canterbury. 
In those days the idea of going on pilgrimage was less common than it is today, but somehow I had heard about the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostella – in Medieval times the third most prestigious destination behind Jerusalem and Rome, and announced that one day I would do it! Well it was thirty years later that I actually set out one Saturday morning from St Alban’s Cathedral, and since then I have been making my way south towards Spain, doing a little more each year, and noting my thoughts and experiences in The Diary of a Scruffy Little Pilgrim – (- the title arose on the first day when I rounded the corner onto the courtyard in front of All Saints Centre, London Colney and found myself in the midst of a wedding party without a wedding garment!) 
Now I am preparing to complete the whole of the Camino Franc├ęs through Northern Spain, in one g…