Growing You Over this term we are thinking about growing community. As part of that I would like you to start thinking about something. How do you grow? We can probably all remember back to school biology lessons, when we learnt about the essential things that living things need to grow. Dependant on the era that you went to school you may have been taught the acronym MRS GREN. It…Keep Reading
Article on p28 in “The Week In (Bristol NE Somerset)” on 20th June 2018 (Issue 530) North Stoke – Churchyard Wall restored and blessed by Mark Searle.
Living things grow. Look around you and see for yourself. The trees are covered in leaves. At this time of year we can also recognise where things are not growing. In our garden, in the middle of a sea of green trees, there is one tree that is bare. We can tell that it is no longer alive because it shows no evidence of growth. Living things are supposed to…Keep Reading
Yesterday we celebrated Pentecost Sunday. Not as remembrance of the first outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the early church. But as a celebration of the continual outpouring of the Holy Spirit on all people, in all places. At all the services we asked to be filled afresh with the Holy Spirit. Again not because we are not full, but because we want to be “filled to the measure of…Keep Reading
All Saints Weston, Bath is seeking to appoint a Children and Families Team Leader We are seeking a passionate follower of Jesus to lead and develop the work amongst 0-11 at All Saints Church and reach out to the wider community. The Children and Families Team Leader will be the face of the work as well as building up the team of volunteers. They will lead all ages in the…Keep Reading
“Thy Kingdom Come” is part of a national call to prayer that has been initiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. There are lots of ways that you can join in, including joining the many local and prayer events. We will highlight some of these at the end of this article. At All Saints, as part of this call to prayer we are inviting everyone to pray for their…Keep Reading
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
Come on our organised walk and picnic to unite the 3 parishes: either join us for a part (3km level section) or the whole hog (11km plus) – every age and ability is invited! Or bring a packed lunch to meet us St Mary’s Hall (opens 12pm) – all are welcome. 4 groups departing from All Saints car park, St Martin’s, St Mary’s and the Race Course entrance will converge…Keep Reading
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
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
All of the APCM 2018 documents can be found here. There will be a few copies available at the Welcome desk on Sundays 15th and 22nd April 2018.
Mark is running the 2018 London Marathon Our Rector is running the London Marathon for CUF (Church Urban Fund). You can follow his training progress at https://marksearle.org and his donation page for CUF is here: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/marksearlelondon2018.