Welcome to Christ with All Saints’ Church

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Welcome to the website of Christ with All Saints’ Church. We hope you will be able to find what you are looking for on these pages. Christ with All Saints’ is an exciting place to be, with something for everybody; from various services to suit all people, the choir for those who enjoy singing, artistic groups like the Embroidery Group and Flower Arrangers, the many groups aimed at young people, groups for people who are alone and the thriving social life connected with the church. Please do take time to look through the drop down menu.

Whatever it is you are looking for we hope you will find it at CwAS. If you can’t, let us know and we will see what we can offer!

God bless!

Diane Brownhill, Team Vicar

NOTICES

MORNING PRAYER: Weekday Morning Prayer is now at 7:00am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, so that people can attend before the traffic becomes too heavy and therefore get to work! The service lasts between ten and fifteen minutes and consists of responses, a psalm, a canticle, a bible reading, and prayers. We use Common Worship (the Church of England service book). Everybody is welcome to join us!

CHURCH CHOIR: Adults and children are welcome to join the choir; all you need is a love of singing and a commitment to attend Sunday rehearsal at 10am and the service at 11:30am (excluding the second Sunday of each month). Children who join the choir are also entitled to free instrumental tuition and an instrument on free loan! Download and print the leaflet below to find out more.

Being a Chorister

CwAS info leaflet

FOODBANK: There are two boxes in church for your donations to the local foodbank. Please give generously to help those in our community who are struggling at this time.  “For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink” S. Matthew.

THIS WEEK AT CwAS 

THE COLLECT (today’s special prayer) Almighty and everlasting God,  increase in us your gift of faith  that, forsaking what lies behind  and reaching out to that which is before,  we may run the way of your commandments  and win the crown of everlasting joy;  through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,  who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit,  one God, now and for ever. Amen. 

PRAYER INTENTIONS THIS WEEK: Monday: Children and young people; All Saints’  and Whitehill Primary Schools; teachers and learners; CwAS youth groups; CwAS uniformed organisations (Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Brownies and Guides); Belmont and Lancashire Hill Children’s Centre.  Also Ramsbottom and Edenfield Team comprising Edenfield; St Andrew, Ramsbottom; St John and St Paul, Ramsbottom; St Philip, Stubbins Tuesday: Our parish and community; the elderly and those who live alone; local housing associations. Also Kirklees Valley comprising All Saints, Elton; St James, Woolfold  Wednesday: Heaton Norris Health Centre; doctors, nurses carers and social workers; Stepping Hill Hospital; Fire Service; the sick; the disabled; the terminally ill. Also St Stephen, Elton Thursday: Local businesses in Heaton Norris; Police and magistrates; councillors and our MP; the unemployed. Also Holcombe and Hawkshaw comprising Emmanuel, Holcombe; St Mary, Hawkshaw: Emmanuel Church Centre Friday: World peace; the armed forces; all charities. Also St Anne, Tottington Saturday: Church choir and all musicians; CwAS Music School; sports people; all who travel. Also Christ Church, Walshaw Sunday: Mission and outreach from CwAS. 

PLEASE REMEMBER THESE PEOPLE IN YOUR PRAYERS FOR THE SICK THROUGHOUT THE WEEK: Lee, Christopher, Neave Pollitt, Margaret Hoyle, Evelyn, Dorothy, Linda, William, Eileen and Tom Reedy, Gerald, Pauline Murdock, Tim Johnstone, Jane Schofield, Pauline Lester, Brenda Graham, Steve Dutton and Darren Neild.

OF YOUR CHARITY please pray for the souls of all who have died this week, and those whose years mind falls at this time.  Rest eternal grant unto them O Lord, and let light perpetual shine upon them. 

MONDAY 16th October, Nicholas Ridley, Bishop of London, and Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester, Reformation Martyrs, 1555

7:00am Church gardens open

6pm-9:pm Brownies and Guides

TUESDAY 17th October, Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, Martyr, c.107

7:00am Church gardens open

7:00am Morning Prayer and Litany

9:05am All Saints’ CE Primary School assembly

5:30pm CwAS Music Group rehearsal

6:30pm 6th Stockport (Christ with All Saints’) Cubs

WEDNESDAY 18h October, Luke the Evangelist

7:00am Church gardens open

7:00am Morning Prayer and Litany

10:00am Aerobics

6pm 6th Stockport (Christ with All Saints’) Beavers

7:30pm Stockport Choral Society rehearsal.

THURSDAY 19th October,  Henry Martyn, Translator of the Scriptures, Missionary in India and Persia, 1812

7:00am Church gardens open

12:30pm – 3pm  Belmont and Lancashire Hill Children’s Centre ‘Stay and Play’ 

FRIDAY 20th October, 

7:00am Church gardens open

7:00am Morning Prayer and Litany

6pm ‘Lightning Martial Arts’ Karate/Keep Fit for Ladies

7:30pm 6th Stockport (Christ with All Saints’) Scouts

SATURDAY 21st October, 

7:00am Church gardens open

No 10:00am Christ with All Saints’ Music School; resumes Saturday 4th November

5:30pm Heaton’s Hotpot: Free meal; all welcome

SUNDAY 22nd October,

7:00am Church gardens open

9:45am Morning Prayer

No 10:00am Church choir practice (resumes next week)

11:30am Sung Eucharist