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All Saints’ is in creative partnership with Sinai Mar Thoma Church. The Vicar of Sinai Mar Thoma Church is Rev. Dr. Thomas Philip (07739 049020 / 020 3674 9964)
All Saints' The Blackwell Hall now has its own
All Saints' will be open tomorrow between 11.00am and 6.00pm with 'prayer stations' in place to support
the Archbishops' ‘Thy Kingdom Come' Pentecost prayer initiative.
There is a further opportunity to meet to pray between 8.00 and 9.00pm on Thursday evening.
See you there!
The Bishop of Willesden, Pete Broadbent, has signed an agreement with the
Right Revd Dr Geevarghese Mar Theodosius,
Bishop of the Diocese of North America and Europe in the Mar Thoma Church,
to work in a creative partnership with the Sinai Mar Thoma church of North London.
All Saints’ is the lead partner church.
The plans for the reordering of the church (the ‘ASSH Project’) are progressing.
Click here for an exciting computer generated journey through
the church as it might look when the project is completed!
Jonathan Hitchin’s dramatic representations of the ‘Stations of the Cross’
will be displayed in the church as from Ash Wednesday
Refugee Crisis - It's time to step up and do something.
The refugee crisis has been worsening for over a year.
With the conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa showing no sign
of abating, many of us are feeling an urgent need to act.
Click on this link to identify five things YOU can do to help
You can also send socks to Calais
John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York writes here about his personal experience of seeking sanctuary.
'Prayer is one of the most dangerous things anyone can ever do'
Speaking in Guildford recently, Archbishop Justin Welby said that when we meet Jesus in prayer we are 'introduced to our true identity' - and its very dangerous...
Our next Messy Church is on Sunday 24 April between 2.00 and 4.00pm in the Blackwell Hall
Click here for more info about Messy Church
Confirmation, Admission to Holy Communion
and the commissioning of five Lay Ministers - all at once! 1 March 2015
What we wonder will God be calling all these folks to do next?
Our Woodland Adventure - Forest School Harrow film can be seen by clicking here.
Click here for the new Forest School website.
The Forest School and Messy Church also feature on the Diocesan website.
All Saints’ is part of Capital Vision 2020
Victoria Minney - Beekeeper in residence at All Saints. We await the honey...
The Blackwell Hall now has its own Facebook page and website
James’s reflection on his recent visit to Israel/Palestine can be found here
The spoken history project ‘Harrow Weald - One Place, Different Times’ now has a dedicated website.
A film which documents the project has also been released - it features a number of the All Saints’ team...
St Paul’s South Harrow is running a Jobseekers Club. If you know any one who would benefit from this programme
please contact Ruth Dowsett (07887 364123) or speak to James Mercer
A report ‘Holistic Mission: Social action and the Church of England' from the
‘think tank’ ‘Respublica’ was presented at Lambeth Palace on 10 July.
The report explores and celebrates the Church of England as an agency for
‘hyper-local’ social change.
All Saints’ features on page 17! The London Diocesan news
release can be found here.The Harrow Times is also running the story.
The Butterfield mosaic restoration is now complete.
Beautiful craftsmanship which has not seen the light of day for sixty years
has been revealed. The story is told in the Harrow Times and the London Diocese news.
All Saints' is a lively and diverse fellowship of around 100 people of mixed age and ethnicity. We are an Anglican church embracing Eucharistic, liturgical, open evangelical, emergent, and gently charismatic expressions of worship. We aspire to be followers Jesus - for the common good.
All Saints' mission is focused on:
3.Living as a serving community
4.For the common good
We encourage lay ministry and wish to enable and support women at every level of ministry within the church. We aspire to give voice to children and young people within our fellowship. We desire to serve the poor, the marginalised and the isolated within our community. We are committed to caring for the environment and encouraging sustainable lifestyles. We admit young people and adults to Holy Communion prior to Confirmation. Prayer Ministry with the laying on of hands is offered every Sunday following the 10.00am Eucharist.
"When he had finished washing their feet, he put on his clothes and returned to his place. "Do you understand what I have done for you?" he asked them. "You call me 'Teacher' and 'Lord,' and rightly so, for that is what I am. Now that I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also should wash one another's feet. I have set you an example that you should do as I have done for you. I tell you the truth, no servant is greater than his master, nor is a messenger greater than the one who sent him. Now that you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them."