'Since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.'

The 20s & 30s Group

The 20s & 30s Group is, as the name suggests, for anyone in their 20s & 30s.

We meet on the second Sunday of the month. See below or check out our Facebook page. 

Contact georgia.ashwell@allsaintspeckham.org.uk or emma.grange@btinternet.com for more info.

Our Meet Ups

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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Sev’s short-term mission trip to Haiti

As part of my sabbatical over the summer, I was in Haiti for two weeks working alongside Konbit Haiti, a charity sharing God’s love with children and their families and encouraging self-dependence (see a short film introducing their work here). I helped at a holiday club for the last two weeks in July running each […]

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A week in Sidon

Even though I got to know our All Saints Mission partner (or our ASMP as I will now call her) while I was living here last year, it was really nice to be able to see a bit more of her work this past week while I’ve been back here in Sidon, South Lebanon. The […]

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All Saints youth: reporting back and looking forward

What was the highlight of your summer? Your holiday? A festival? The weather!? For our youth group one highlight was most definitely the Soul Survivor trip on 19-24 August in West and Bath Showground. There were lots of opportunities to meet with God – see for yourself in this amazing film which looks like an […]

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There are no burkinis in the gospels

There are no burkinis in the gospels. No bikinis either. But when I see a photograph of a woman on the ground, surrounded by four men with weapons, being told to take off her clothes, I’m still pretty clear on where Jesus would position himself on this beach. Which is why I found myself, sweaty […]

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