Church Member Survey – Complete by 3rd October

Church Member Survey – Complete by 3rd October

Parish Profile and Church Member Survey The Church Council wants to give everyone the opportunity to contribute to the drawing up of the Parish Profile. Last weekend we launched a Church Member Survey, available both online & as a printed copy. We need all responses back to us by Monday 3 October, 12 noon. We’ve already had a good level of response, but would like the views of a lot…Keep Reading

Who is doing what at All Saints during the vacancy

Who is doing what at All Saints during the vacancy

Did you know that this is the first time for at least 150 years (probably much longer) that All Saints has had no paid full time minister! That means that there has to be quite a bit of sharing around of the tasks that would normally be done by Rector and Curate. A booklet setting out key roles of individuals, committees and teams has been produced. It is available at…Keep Reading

Putting the word out about our search for a new Rector

Putting the word out about our search for a new Rector

In November, we are planning to advertise the post of Rector of All Saints (with Langridge and North Stoke). However, word of mouth and networking is another way of making sure that as many people as possible know about the forthcoming appointment. If you have friends or contacts in other Anglican churches or networks, please feel free to alert them to our position and tell them to keep an eye…Keep Reading

Statement of Significance now available on the website

Statement of Significance now available on the website

Weston All Saints is Grade II listed, meaning that it is a building of special interest and for this reason has moderate-high significance. For this reason, as part of the ROCK project, we have commissioned a ‘Statement of Significance’ to be produced which will be used by various parties for the planning process. It makes facsinating reading so please take a look by clicking the link.