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What is going on, in and around All Saints'

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 on Palm...

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Newsletter—Easter 2017

Newsletter—Easter 2017

The latest edition of the newsletter has been published. Easter services Diocesan and general synods: choppy waters? Letter from the Bishop regarding his retirement at the end of July In the footsteps of Dietrich Bonhoeffer by Fr Ian Michael On Dietrich Bonhoeffer and...

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Sermon—Sunday before Lent (The Revd Anne Haselhurst)

It's confession time again. I am rather addicted to the quiz show 'Pointless'. My husband would probably say that I am completely addicted to it! If you ever watch it yourself, you'll know that when the final couple reach the last round, Alexander Armstrong always...

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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 here before?...

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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...

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Produce Stall this Sunday!

The monthly produce stall will be held again this Sunday, 5th February, in the Main Hall following the 10am Sung Mass. A variety of delicious home-made goods will be on sale - come along and try something new!

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Candlemas

Candlemas

On the 2nd of February, forty days after Christmas, the Church celebrates the Presentation of Lord in the Temple. The story, which accords with the command of the Torah that firstborn sons should be redeemed forty days after birth, having been dedicated to the Lord in...

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Sermon—Fourth Sunday of Advent (The Revd Anne Haselhurst)

I am told that whenever the Gaelic poet Sorley Maclean met a new person, his first question was not, "What do you do? or "Where do you live? but "Who are your people?"  In the tight-knit community of the Western Isles, that might not be too difficult a question, but...

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