3TL group visited Poundbury and Weymouth

3TL group visited Poundbury and Weymouth

On June 21st the 3TL luncheon group went by coach to Weymouth, stopping for part of the group to spend the day at Abbotsbury Gardens nearby. On the way to Weymouth and just on the edge of Dorchester is Poundbury a small new town on Duchy of Cornwall land, the design of which has been heavily influenced by Prince Charles. We had a coffee stop here and looked around. It…Keep Reading

Bath Chronicle article on Patrick leaving All Saints

Bath Chronicle article on Patrick leaving All Saints

The Bath Chronicle have published an article on Patrick’s retirement, which you can view here.

Patrick delivers his last talk at All Saints

Patrick delivers his last talk at All Saints

Patrick’s talk, delivered to a full church on Sunday, was taken from Philippians 4:1-9 and in a time where we have seen evidence of increased aggression and hostility towards each other, Patrick reminded us of Paul’s words: “Let your gentleness be evident to all.” (v5), and said “Let’s be gentle with ourselves, let’s be gentle with each other, let’s be gentle with those with whom we rub shoulders day by…Keep Reading

Farewell Weekend

Farewell Weekend

What a wonderful weekend to mark Patrick and Olivia’s farewell! First, a hog roast Party with live music on Saturday Evening. Then a very special Sunday Morning Service with beautiful music, Patrick talking on Philippians 4:1-9, presentations to Patrick and Olivia and a blessing to All Saints from Patrick to conclude the service. And finally a magnificent ‘bring n’ share’ picnic in the Rectory garden, which was more like a…Keep Reading

Stripy socks on show at Staff Away Day!

Stripy socks on show at Staff Away Day!

The staff at All Saints put their best feet forward, at the last staff away day with Patrick in charge, and mimick the Rector in his passion for stripy socks! You could play “guess the staff” – No prizes

Bishop Peter shares new diocesan vision

Bishop Peter reflected on speeches that changed the world in his presidential address to Diocesan Synod last night (6 July). Quoting from Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s famous ‘I have a dream’ speech at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, which draws from Isaiah 40, he spoke of the importance of dreams, particularly as the vison and strategy for the diocese continues to be developed and delivered. He went on to…Keep Reading

The Future and the Present…

The Future and the Present…

Come and hear Patrick’s last Sunday Evening Message : The Future and the Present or watch the final of the Euro’s : NO CHOICE? Patrick.