All Saints

Welcome

Open to the variety of ways God meets his people, Sundays offer Book of Common Prayer 1662 (08:00), Common Worship (10:30), Contemporary Worship with cafe & band 18:00 (1st & 3rd Sundays), 18:30 Sung Evensong (2nd) & 18:30 Taize (4th).

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Spencer Perceval play

The Remarkable Times Of Spencer Perceval - a play being performed by Manor Players. Dates: 18-20 June 2015 time: 19:45 location: The Riverside Arts Centre, Sunbury, TW16 5QF

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Holy Communion

Term time Wednesday 10:30 Holy Communion followed by 'Plant & Pray.'

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Youth

Young people meet between the ages of 8 - 14 on Wednesday nights from 19:30-21:00 to explore life and faith in interactive ways. Tuck shop available.

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Taizé Prayer

Taizé prayer consists of simple meditative songs, with a bible text taken from that day’s readings. It includes a period of silence and short intercessions. Every 4th Sunday in All Saints Church 6.30pm.

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Breakfast 2nd Sunday

Sometimes we breakfast together before our main Sunday service - please check our calendar.

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Spencer Perceval

All Saints is the Spencer Perceval Commemoration Church. It was built through the generosity of one of Spencer Perceval's daughters who bequeathed the sum of £5,000 to erect a Church and Tower in the memory of her father in her will dated 24th July 1899.

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Our Community Hall

The All Saints Community Hall offers a haven for groups in our community for a number of ventures and is available for hire.

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Our Belief

Jesus said: "I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly." Jesus came “to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free”.

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AS Contemporary

1st and 3rd Sundays at 18:00. Do join us for informal worship with cafe and band.

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Junior Church

We run a Junior Church for our young people in our community hall (except All Together Sundays, 2nd of month were we worship together).

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