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Event Calendar

Find out what's happening at our church in the next few weeks or even throughout the entire year!

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Meet Us

Our church family is made up of many different people, find out about some of those who help coordinate what happens here.

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Recent Talks

We post our some of our weekly talks, listen to some of what inspires us; you won't be disappointed!

Talks

Upcoming Events

Build My Church

  July 23 All day

'I will build my church' Matthew 16:18. This is our theme all day on Sunday 23 July. Saying goodbye to Tim and Sev in the morning with a ...

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Women’s Prayer Breakfast

  August 2 6:30 am – 8:00 am

Women of All Saints! Prayer breakfast is kicking off and we are meeting monthly (first Wednesday of every month) 6.30-8am. Our first meeting ...

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Who Let The Dads Out

  August 12 9:30 am – 11:00 am

A Saturday morning session where dads/carers and their little ones can hang out. There's lots of play, opportunities to chat and of course ...

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Women’s Prayer Breakfast

  September 6 6:30 am – 8:00 am

Women of All Saints! Prayer breakfast is kicking off and we are meeting monthly (first Wednesday of every month) 6.30-8am. Our first meeting ...

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From the Blog

The Peckham Messiah

A little over a year ago, I played violin in a ‘come and sing’ performance of Handel’s Messiah. It’s written for a choir, four solo singers and an orchestra, and the words are taken straight from the Bible – much of it Old Testament prophecy, painting a clear picture of Christ’s birth, earthly life, passion, […]

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Why Youthwork Matters

One of All Saints’ key values is that we are a church where all of us are supported: We help one another grow in our faith and character from the youngest to the very oldest.

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Mission partner update

Our mission partners Joerg and Lisa work with a small team called Xenos (meaning ‘foreigner’ in Greek) in a German city with a population of 50% immigrant background, ministering to the spiritual and practical needs of refugees and asylum seekers. They help run a cafe, contribute to church services and help with interpretation and translation. […]

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