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All Saints' The Blackwell Hall now has its own
EASTER AT ALL SAINTS
Maundy Thursday 2 April
7.00pm A dramatised telling of the Easter story
Maundy Thursday Eucharist
Good Friday 3 April
9.15am Prayer for the Day
(Tea/Coffee and hot cross buns served from 9.30am)
10.15am 'Walk of Witness' meet Wealdstone Inn
1.00pm to 3.00pm Quiet Prayer and Meditation, with readings in church (coffee served)
2.00 to 3.00pm Easter Egg hunt in church woods - with fire-toasted hot-cross buns
Easter Eve 4 April
7.00 Taize Prayer and Meditation
Easter Day 4 April
6.00am Lighting the Easter Fire (followed by bacon sandwiches/tea/coffee)
8.45am Holy Communion (BCP)
10.00am Holy Communion (with activities for children)
Three opportunities to go deeper with God this Lent:
1. Pilgrim: A Course for the Christian Journey
On Wednesday evenings during Lent James will be leading the Pilgrim Course.
‘The Pilgrim course is a journey to the heart of God and to a living, personal relationship with Jesus Christ.'
- The Archbishops of Canterbury and York
Pilgrim offers an approach of participation, not persuasion.
Course members are encouraged to practise the ancient disciplines of biblical reflection and prayer,
exploring key texts that have helped people learn and grow in faith since the early Church.
Written by Stephen Cottrell, Steven Croft, Paula Gooder and Robert Atwell -
with contributions from a wide ranger other leading Anglican figures -
Pilgrim has been commissioned by the House of Bishops as a major contribution to the
Church's efforts to grow - numerically and spiritually - in the coming decade.
More information about Pilgrim can be found here
2. PRAISE HIM - SONGS OF PRAISE IN THE NEW TESTAMENT
On Thursday afternoons at 2.00pm Wendy Frith will be leading this year’s ‘York Course’ in the Durham Room
More information about Songs of Praise can be found here
3. A Beautiful Friendship: A Lent Course based on Casablanca
On Thursday evenings (8.00 to 9.30pm at Philippa Jackson’s house)
Mandy and Jo will be leading the Premier Christian Radio's Lent Course 2015.
Casablanca is the classic movie and provides a great basis for discussion of themes of sacrifice, repentance, suffering,
loss and hope at Lent. Its wartime setting provides additional poignancy for study at a time of continued armed conflict
around the world as well as the centenary remembrance of the first world war.
Miranda and Not Going Out writer Paul Kerensa makes an intriguing departure from his comedy writing, preparing this moving book.
More information about Casablanca can be found here
For daily Lenten meditations and a challenge to action click here
A video encouraging Christians to engage in and with the political process can be viewed here
The Bishops’ Pastoral Letter on the 2015 General election can be found here
Our next Messy Church is on Sunday 29 March 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?
The “TRINITY” Youth Group next meets on 15 March at 6.30pm in church
(contact James W or Victoria for more info)
Our Woodland Adventure - Forest School Harrow film can be seen by clicking here. 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 120 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."