Slow down

Mark’s August thoughts… This is the sign that is often out during the summer at my favour campsite. Placed in the middle of the road so you have to drive round it as you come in. I don’t expect that Martin, the campsite owner, has any idea how significant it has become for me. The drive down takes a couple of hours and the roads get narrower and bumpier the…Keep Reading

Mark’s visit to ‘Love Weston Cafe’

Love Weston Cafe Every Friday Love Weston Cafe is open to the community for coffee, cakes and lunches. This week I had the opportunity to visit. Kathleen Paley and Shirley Ward who co-run the the cafe hosted me for the morning. As I arrived the place was buzzing. Parents and toddlers catching their breath after the school run. There was lively and welcoming conversation around larger shared tables. The coffee…Keep Reading

Safeguarding News July 2018

Download here In this issue: Cathedral Safeguarding Event, Parish Safeguarding Manual, Working in Partnership – NHS, Data Protection Act 2018, Retention of Safeguarding Records, Tips for E-bulk, Authorised Listeners

What’s On Magazine

The latest ‘What’s On’ magazine, July to October 2018, is now available online. Download your copy – Click here

All Saints Weston v Southstoke – Annual Cricket Match

The annual Church cricket match, All Saints Weston v Southstoke is on Wednesday 23rd May at Stothert and Pitt on Lower Bristol Road, 6.00pm start. Please contact Duncan Nash regarding availability. Likewise please spread the word to any other Church members. Many thanks Duncan

ROCK – Letter from Rector and Church Wardens with PCC Meeting Summary

Please read the letter of thanks from the Rector and Church Wardens of All Saints Weston in response to the support shown during the last consultation. It also includes a summary of the PCC meeting on 16th April 2018 agreeing the next steps. Click here to open the letter Don’t forget that you can view all the recent ROCK information on the ROCK PAGE

YOU ARE – Psalms Project Concert

Steven Faux Music presents the launch of the latest Psalms Project album, You Are. Co-written by Steven and Clem Faux, and featuring stunning musicians from Oxford, London and Paris, this contemporary folk album presents the fourth book of Psalms in a fresh and lively way. Join us at All Saints Weston, Bath for this exciting evening! Drinks available from the bar. Tickets available from Bath Box Office or www.stevenfaux.com. For…Keep Reading

Men’s Breakfast – The world’s population….

Saturday 7 April, 7.30am – Men’s Breakfast Come to All Saints Centre to hear this month’s speaker, Robert Groezinger, elaborate on “Why the world’s population will reach 11 billion and then not get any bigger”.

Begin the Greatest Adventure

A new look interactive Alpha course will be run from January 2018 at All Saints Centre (Upper Room) commencing with a taster evening at 7.30pm, Wednesday 10 January, then sessions run each Wednesday to 21 March, including an away day Sat 17 February. There is no charge for any of the sessions. Alpha is a forum for investigating, challenging and hearing what Christians believe. Who is it for? Check out…Keep Reading

Carols by Candlelight

This coming Sunday we have our traditional service with 9 lessons and carols. There will be a choir that will accompany the congregational carols and they will also sing some beautiful ‘choir only’ pieces. There is no Holy Communion during the Service this Sunday. Speaker: Mark Searle

Advent Service this Sunday at 6.30pm

SONGS IN THE NIGHT – AN ADVENT SERVICE SUNDAY 10 DECEMBER 18.30 ALL SAINTS CHURCH COME WITH TEA-LIGHTS & JAM JARS TO LIGHT UP THE CHURCHYARD AS WE TAKE THE LIGHT FROM INSIDE THE CHURCH TO THE OUTSIDE Songs in the Night will be a special Service for Advent as we wait for and anticipate the first coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Towards the end of the service we…Keep Reading

Church visit by King Edward’s Pre-Prep

Year 2 Children paid us a visit again this year and Lyn-Marie Williams sent us this note and image: “Robin Lewis was able to show our Year 2 class around the church again this year and we are so grateful that he was able to give up his time. Each time we visit, we seem to learn more and more! The children really enjoyed piecing together the final part of…Keep Reading