— ‘WELCOMED’ —
One of our values
Each one of us belongs by grace to God’s family whatever our background, age, nationality, personality, history, strength or weakness.’, we believe church is family that everyone can be a part of. There are a number of groups at All Saints Peckham for you to be welcomed into, find out more below.
Jesus was all about small groups. He chose a group of 12 who not only heard his teaching, but saw what it looked like in practice, in everyday life. They were able to learn, to pray, to eat and share their whole lives together. Whilst small groups at All Saints don’t hang out 24-7, the idea is that we create small communities where people grow in their faith together. They are a place where Jesus is the centre and where we also learn, share, encourage and keep one another accountable.
Homegroups meet together weekly, usually on a Tuesday or Wednesday evening. They are places for members share their lives with one another, pray for each other and discover what God has to say to them. There are groups meeting up all over the local area, including in Nunhead, Dulwich and Camberwell.
If you want to join one, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or for more information on small groups, please contact the Church office on 020 3637 2701.
All Saints for men
Monday football, 8-9pm at the Damilola Taylor Centre in Peckham. A friendly 7-aside match, £2 a game. Free if you’re not working.
Men’s Curry Night, from 7.30pm at the Dulwich Tandoori in East Dulwich. Dates for this term are Thursdays 28 Sep, 9 Nov and 7 Dec. Contact email@example.com to book a place.
Men’s Prayer Breakfast, 6.30am in the church hall for bacon sandwiches, Bible study and prayer.
Men’s Support Group: An anonymous and confidential group aimed to help men tackle forms of addiction. Nich Bull and Mike Bansback are public members of the group. To get involved contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Saints for women
Women’s Prayer Breakfast – the second Saturday of the month in the church office, 9-10.30am. Breakfast, Bible study and prayer.
Women’s Prayer Brunch – Saturday 14 April, 9.30-11am.
MOLO (mums of little ones)
A space for mums of little ones to gather together to be refreshed & encouraged and connect with other mums at an evening of worship, short talk and prayer ministry.
Aimed at but not exclusive to mums of pre-school and young school-aged children.
MOLO Night: Thursday 1 March, 7.45pm in church. A time of chat, worship, prayer and inspiration particularly planned for you!
MOLO play dates: Join with other mums and their pre-school children and babies for our mid-week meet ups – *now happening twice a month*! Details: 10-11.30am – term time only. 2nd Friday of the month in Harold Moody Park, Sturdy Road, SE15 – 12 Jan, 9 Feb, 9 March. 4th Friday of the month in the church hall – 26 Jan, 23 Feb, 23 March. A warm welcome, a safe & fun place for your little ones to play & an encouraging space to be / chat / play / pray / eat cake!
MOLO newbies: A small group, for mums with babies under one, gathering every other Monday morning in a local home – a chance to meet and connect with other mums at a similar stage through chat, prayer and looking at the Bible together. Details: 10.45am-12.30pm – term time only – 8 Jan, 22 Jan, 5 Feb, 19 Feb, 5 Mar, 19 March.
To be kept in the loop about all things MOLO email us at molo@ allsaintspeckham.org.uk
WLTOD (who let the dads out)
For dads, granddads, males carers and their children. Join us in the church hall once a month for bacon sandwiches and a time for your little ones to play.
13 Jan, 10 Feb, 10 March. From 9.30-11am in the church hall
20s & 30s
Sunday 28 January is the date of our annual 20s & 30s roast dinner. Always a wonderful start to the year. Let us know if you’re coming, RSVP to, email@example.com We also need help cooking. If you can lend a hand with that, please give us a shout
Students & Young Adults
All Saints Peckham has recently partnered with The Bear Church in Deptford Bridge to start an inter-church student/young adult bible study on Monday nights. This is an amazing group of 10-15 people from different churches, but all the same stage of life meeting together. We’re a mixture of first year students, young graduates, church workers and the odd trainee theologian.
We spend our evening laughing together over how to pronounce Old Testament names, worshiping the God who brought us together, drinking copious amounts of tea & coffee and finding out what’s so amazing about the Bible and what does it mean to us.
Again partnering with other churches, we are working together to put on events roughly every 6 weeks. Similar to Branches, these are nights for students and young adults to come together to praise and worship, but are intended to go deeper and encourage involvement from multiple different churches to raise up a network and a community of young believers.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
I personally don’t know how I would have survived university without a church.
Having a family there to support me, cook me meals, cheer me on with exams, and pray for me when I needed it was such an important part of my faith journey.
If you are a member of the church and feel you could help to support a student, perhaps by cooking for them once a month/term, praying for them regularly or just checking in with them from time to time, it could have an incredible impact on their studies here in London.
If you are a student and like the sound of this, please get in contact and we will help to pair you up with a family to help settle you at uni.
Email email@example.com to find out more.
Most recently we have hosted an acoustic/open mic night in which 60 people came and drank wine, ate pizza and listened to some members of our congregations (and others) perform.
Watch this space to see what’s coming next!
Contact Abie at abie.everett@
Prayer for our leaders and nation
Join us for morning prayer once a month in the church as we pray for our world and those who lead us.
7.30am on the third Thursday of the month.
Prayer & Praise
Fortnightly prayer and praise gathering at the church. Every other Wednesday, 8pm. All welcome!
Beginning this term on 10 January.