Daily Morning Prayer begins
From 20th January, there will be Morning Prayer in church every morning, Monday to Friday:9.00am on Monday and 8.30am the other days. The so-called Daily Office is the backbone of the Church. You are welcome whenever you can come.
This is a service which is held on Wednesday lunchtimes at 12.35pm.
It is a very short service lasting just 20 minutes.
This is a time for sitting down for a few short prayers, a reading, meditation and quiet reflection.
Sandwiches and drinks are served following the service.
Please come along and join us for a period of calm in the middle of the day and week.
Bible study group
The Bible Study Group meets in All Saints Church at 7.30pm on the first and third Mondays in the month and each session ends about 9.00pm, after prayers for whatever issue participants bring. The format is that the Group uses Bible Study Booklets, which prescribe a Bible text and a series of questions, that participants generally review before the meeting in order to obtain the most out of the discussion. It is a relaxed approach as we journey and discover God’s word together.
Please check “Forthcoming Events” to confirm the dates.
Starting on 3rd March On Tuesday mornings at 10.30 am in All Saints MW. “Jesus Christ Superstar”
Starting on March 11th on Wednesday evenings at St John’s Methodist church, MW. Ecumenical Lent Course “The Passsion”.
This is a chance for parents/carers and school age children to share some Christian nurture.
It starts with light refreshments and informal chat, followed by creative activities, and concludes when we all come together for story, song and prayers.
We meet once a month on a Thursday 3.45pm to 5.15pm.
General theme:God can use each of us – Book of Esther
This is an informal drop-in session for parents/grandparents and carers with babies or toddlers. It runs on Tuesdays 1.30pm to 3.00pm during school term time.
Come and join us for a cuppa, cake and a chat as the children play.
ALL AGE WORSHIP – church services with a difference for anyone of any age. About 30 minutes of songs, praise, a reading and an inter-active talk designed for anyone to understand. It’s a rather less formal service than the Sunday morning Eucharist, but people can enjoy some Sunday afternoon worship together, which is usually followed by drinks and home made cake. followed by a cuppa and a cake.
See the church notice board for dates.