Services for Holy Week

Holy Week, this year 9th to the 16th of April, is the hinge of the Christian year. It is the end of Lent, and the symbolic reenactment of the events of Jesus’ Passion, death, and Resurrection. Following a procession representing Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem...
Newsletter—Spring 2017

Newsletter—Spring 2017

The latest edition of the newsletter has now been published. From the Rector – Unity and diversity Dates for your diary Work is far more than a means to an end — Eve Poole Bishop Piers Holt Wilson Musical memories… Report from the treasurer Have we been...

Storehouse is Recruiting

Storehouse, our local foodbank, is run by the St Andrews Vineyard Church and All Saints regularly contributes donations of food. As the demand, deplorably, continues to grow, they are looking for more more volunteers for their ministry running drop-in sessions on...
Anglican Chaplaincy Film Night: Oblivion

Anglican Chaplaincy Film Night: Oblivion

Join the Anglican Chaplaincy this evening for Oblivion, showing in the Rectory at 7:30 pm. Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman, Andrea Riseborough, and Olga Kurylenko star in what is, according to no-lesser film critic than the Rev Dr Alasdair Coles (Rector and Chaplain), the...
The Feasts of All Saints and All Souls

The Feasts of All Saints and All Souls

On the first two days of November, the Church celebrates the unity of all the faithful, living and departed, in the care of Jesus Christ and the presence of God. The Feast of All Saints celebrates that “great cloud of witnesses” (Hebrews 12:1) who have...