Our News and Views
There is lots going on at All Saints for all ages. This magazine section contains reviews, articles and comment on what is happening in the church and the community.
At a time when Covid-19 has dominated so much of life everywhere, we thought we would bring you stories of hope from among those who are so often forgotten and lost, even during more ‘normal times’.
Arthur Perdicchia and All Saints Church have teamed up in order to provide a much needed exercise DVD, which can be used to maintain fitness and mobility during the current COVID 19 national restrictions.
The Eagles staff in Malawi send their best wishes and are keeping the UK COVID-19 situation in their prayers.
This was a surprise and welcome opportunity for the All Saints Weston (ASW) cricketers to get a late Summer outing at the idyllic Winsley cricket ground.
Would you like to be part of a virtual home group during this time of social distancing?
Story of the Week for 15 March 2020. This article by Tom Peryer relates to our fears as the UK prepares to deal with the spread of the coronavirus.
The Government has published a coronavirus action plan. We will review this and update the guidance and information as needed and this will be posted on this web page. All guidance will continue to reflect appropriate Public Health advice.
Meg (Director), and Jenny and Robin (Producers), wish to thank everyone who was involved in the panto for all that they did to make Robin Hood and the Babes in Wefton Wood happen...Photographs of Cast and Crew in this article.
We are delighted to announce that the Weston Suite, our main hall in All Saints Centre, has now been fitted with acoustic panels supplied by 'The Woolly Shepherd'
Eagles Malawi has released a new video, filmed by Alex Stark, about its transformational impact on some of the poorest communities in this world.
There are somethings that are difficult to talk about. This is especially true when we we struggling on the inside. We can feel alone and isolated, trapped in our own thinking, ruminations or anxiety. But we don’t have to be alone.
Wonderful news - Paddy Gleave has agreed to join Ben Wynne as our second Churchwarden.
If you know someone that is new to All Saints or visiting, then please give them this introductory card. It explains who we are, what we have to offer and what we want to be.
Paddy and Sarah Gleave, Sarah’s parents and Penny Faux attended ‘The Time is Now’ mass lobby of MPs in London.
They met Wera Hobhouse and encouraged her to fight for net zero carbon by 2045.
Monday 10 June, 20:00hrs at Sarah Gleave's house.
Fiona Day and Sarah Gleave are gathering together a group of people from All Saints who would like to look at how we can be more environmentally conscious at All Saints.
Nigel has been employed as the Chaplain at the University of Bath since September 2016. This work involves visiting many other churches across the city and living on the university campus. They need to find a place where they can worship together.
New starter joining the administration team
t’s really encouraging that people have been enthusiastic about trying out the fifteen sample chairs that we have at the back of church.
Safeguarding in the church community is everyone’s responsibility and we would like for the whole congregation to have at least a basic level of understanding. The Church of England have produced a helpful short online module.
Thank you to all those members of the church family who responded to our appeal for Eagles. We’re delighted to say that over £4,000 has been raised which will be a great help at a time when finances are tight.
At the feeding of the 5000, Jesus met people's needs in a epic way. It made me wonder..what do you need?