Welcome to All Saints’ Church

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Welcome to All Saints’ Church.

We are a church which believe every person is beautifully created in God’s image and we therefore welcome everybody: not regardless of, but because of; your gender, your mental health condition, your physical ability/disability, your race or whether you are gay, straight, bisexual or trans-gendered. We believe because God creates us all wonderfully uniquely, we all have important gifts to bring. We also welcome you if you simply got lost on Lancashire Hill roundabout trying to find the way into town and needed the loo!

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

FINANCE: During these difficult times, All Saints’, like many other churches, is losing income from rental of the hall and lack of collections. Please continue to use your weekly envelope for your planned giving to support the work of All Saints’.  These will be collected when services resume. We are in the process of adding a ‘donate now’ button to this website. Please remember church finances in your prayers.

CORONAVIRUS: 

All Saints’ Church is a friendly, welcoming congregation.

 There is now a service of Holy Communion at 11:30am on Sundays.

For everyone’s health and safety we will be adhering to safer social distancing of 2 metres.

PRAYERS TO SAY AT HOME: https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-service-daily-prayer

THIS WEEK AT ALL SAINTS’

THE COLLECT (this week’s special prayer): Almighty God, who sent your Holy Spirit to be the life and light of your Church: open our hearts to the riches of your grace, that we may bring forth the fruit of the Spirit in love and joy and peace; 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’ Sunday School, All Saints’  and Whitehill Primary Schools; teachers and learners; All Saints’ Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade, Brownies and Guides; Belmont and Lancashire Hill Children’s Centre. Also St Paul, Astley Bridge: Tuesday: Our parish and community; the elderly and those who live alone; Heaton’s Hotpots,  local housing associations. Also Leverhulme Team Ministry comprising St James, Breightmet; St Stephen, Lever Bridge; St Chad, Tonge Fold: Wednesday: Heaton Norris Health Centre; doctors, nurses, carers and social workers; Stepping Hill Hospital; Fire Service; the sick; the disabled; the terminally ill. Also Christ’s Church, Harwood: Thursday: Local businesses in Heaton Norris; Police and magistrates; Councillors and our MP; the unemployed. Also St Augustine and St Aidan’s, Tonge Moor Friday: World peace; the armed forces; all charities. Also Turton Moorland Team Ministry comprising St Peter, Belmont; St Maxentius, Bradshaw; St Anne, Turton; Christ Church, Walmsley Saturday: Church choir and all musicians; CwAS Music School; All Saints’ Brigade Brass Band; sports people; all who travel. Also   Sunday: Mission and outreach from CwAS. 

PLEASE REMEMBER THESE PEOPLE IN YOUR PRAYERS FOR THE SICK THROUGHOUT THE WEEK: Elizabeth Hall, Eunice Wilshaw, 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, Darren Neild, Pam, David McGrath and Elizabeth Hall.

Please also pray for people affected by the Coronavirus pandemic: Keep us, good Lord, under the shadow of your mercy in this time of uncertainty and distress. Sustain and support the anxious and fearful, and lift up all who are brought low; that we may rejoice in your comfort knowing that nothing can separate us from your love in Christ Jesus our Lord. Amen.

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. 

Normal groups and activities are listed below. Those in red are temporarily suspended at the moment.

MONDAY 10th August, LaurenceDeacon at Rome, Martyr, 258

7:00am Church gardens open

5:00pm All Saints’ Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade 

6:00pm-9:00pm Brownies and Guides

6:00pm All Saints’ Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade Junior Band rehearsal

6:30pm All Saints’ Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade Senior Band rehearsal

TUESDAY 11th August, Clare of Assisi, Founder of the Minoresses (Poor Clares), 1253, John Henry Newman, Priest, Tractarian, 1890 

7:00am Church gardens open

7:30am Morning Prayer

9:05am All Saints’ CE Primary School assembly

WEDNESDAY 12th August, 

7:00am Church gardens open

THURSDAY 13th August, Jeremy TaylorBishop of Down and Connor, Teacher of the Faith, 1667, Florence NightingaleNurse, Social Reformer, 1910, Octavia Hill, Social Reformer, 1912

7:00am Church gardens open

7:30am Morning Prayer

6:45pm All Saints’ Church Choir practice.

FRIDAY 14th August, Maximilian KolbeFriar, Martyr, 1941

7:00am Church gardens open

SATURDAY 15th August, The Blessed Virgin Mary 

7:00am Church gardens open

SUNDAY 16th August, 10th Sunday after TRINITY SUNDAY 

7:00am Church gardens open 

10:00am Matins (BCP) 

10:30am Choir practice

11:30am Eucharist

2:00pm Sunday Dinner: Free Sunday dinner for all who have attended the 11:30am Eucharist

4:00pm Evensong (BCP) 

PLEASE NOTE: Only church run organisations are included in the weekly diary. Many other organisations use the church hall for meetings. For further details please contact the respective group directly, as we are unable to provide up-to-date information for them.