Church isn't something we go to, it's a family we belong to. We like to think of ourselves as a family seeking to live missionally in and for the world - shaped by Jesus, rooted in prayer, committed to loving others and to radical generosity (check out our vision here).
We'd love you to join the family and our way of life together. And you certainly don't need to have it all together or feel like you have all the answers.
There are plenty of ways to join in the fun beyond turning up on a Sunday, but being a full part of things at All Saints is as easy as 1, 2, 3...
The ultimate connection is the one we have with God through prayer. We'd love everyone to be praying with, for and as the church. We gather every half term for an extended evening of seeking God's presence at our "Hungry" evenings (see our current term card for details).
But connection with one another is super-important too and so we'd love everyone to be connected in to a small group too. We have small groups to help us find the sort of meaningful community that is not easily developed when sitting in rows on a Sunday. Small groups for children meet on a Sunday, for the rest of us (youth and students included) these smaller circles typically happen midweek in someone's home. To find a group for you email us.
Part of being family is mucking in and serving - whether that's serving one another to make church life happen or getting our hands dirty serving through one of our mission projects.
We'd love everyone to be serving somewhere, as they are able to. We've got dedicated teams for Foodbank, CAP, audio visuals, events, Sundays, children, youth, worship, prayer ministry, admin, buildings and more. Time commitments vary from team to team.
Drop us an email if you're keen to get stuck in!
This is a very meaningful way of expressing commitment to the community of All Saints. We don't get money from the Church of England - we fund our own life and work as a church. We love seeing people give in faith in order to help us become more and do more.
Giving by monthly standing order is best for tax efficiency and planning. You can also give on a Sunday with cash or weekly giving envelopes. More information about giving and giving forms are available here.
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