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Making History at All Saints

Some years ago All Saints took part in a project with local primary school Weald Rise to study the history of the church and Harrow Weald. Here is a link to see the video: All Saints History Project

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Steps recording Tragedy in All Saints

Some years ago All Saints had its moment of fame in the pop world when Steps recorded the video for their hit song Tragedy in our church and also in Blackwell Hall. Here is a link to view the video: Steps at All Saints

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Temporary Closure for Public Worship

Currently, we are not able to hold any of our worship services and social and outreach activities in church and in Blackwell Hall. We wait patiently, and we pray that we will soon be able to meet together to worship God and share fellowship.

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Temporary Closure for Public Worship

Currently, we are not able to hold any of our worship services and social and outreach activities in church and in Blackwell Hall. We wait patiently, and we pray that we will soon be able to meet together to worship God and share fellowship.

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Parish Barbecue at the Vicarage!

Thank you to everybody who helped to organise and to all of you who came along and enjoyed our parish get together last Sunday. Even the weather was on our side with lovely sunshine throughout the afternoon. It was particularly reassuring to feel the close bonds of friendship between the All Saints and Mar Thoma congregations.

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We Have our New Vicar!

On Thursday 18th July John Barker was officially confirmed as our Vicar at a Service of Collation and Induction led by Bishop Pete Broadbent. It was wonderful to see so many people in church, including representatives of our local community as well visitors from John's former parish, his family and friends. We gave them all a typical All Saints welcome!

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Messy Church

Our next ‘Messy Church in the Woods’ is on Sunday 29th September between 2.00pm and 4.00pm - in the woods behind the Church. This will be the weekend when we give thanks to God for the gifts of nature, our Harvest Festival Weekend.