“A Time to Remember” All Saints Church invites you on All Saints Day to join us for this special, but simple service to remember and give thanks for the lives of those who we remember with love and gratitude, but no longer see. Please bring a white flower or candle to the service. The service will be held at All Saints Church at 4.30pm Wednesday 1st November Led by Tom…Keep Reading
The ‘Field of Poppies’ banner, produced by the people of Weston last year to commemorate Remembrance Day, has been leant to Stourhead House in Wiltshire and will be on display there until 12th November. Henry and Alda Hoare, who gave the house to the National Trust, had an only child and heir, Henry (also known as ‘Harry’). Harry fought in the 1st World War serving in the Dorset Yeomanry but…Keep Reading
Community Finance Opportunity Are you concerned about the issues of poverty and its close relation debt, in our own community? Do you think All Saints Weston could play a part in helping to address some of these issues? If so, read on. Our Enrich Project which has been working with local families and young people has secured external funding to research the needs in Weston and how they might be…Keep Reading
All Saints Cathedral Diocese, Nairobi, Kenya 5-16th October 2017 The team, led by Revd Canon Patrick Whitworth (Chair of SOMA UK, formerly of this parish, now of Kintbury Berks!) includes: Revd Clarissa Shaw-Notice (also formerly of this parish now Curate at Holy Trinity Frome), Revd Dr David Maurice (Marlborough), Jo Skinner and Paul Bright (both firmly still of this parish!). The mission includes day and 4 day conferences for Lay…Keep Reading
Hi everyone! This has been such an exciting month for IJM in India because so much seems to be happening! In 8 days last month, IJM and the government conducted 8 rescues together, freeing 88 people from slavery (I bet the communications team were also thrilled when they realised those numbers!) A particularly moving case for me was one a few weeks ago that rescued 9 people (including 2 children)…Keep Reading
If you’re new to Bath or a returning student we’d love to meet you and let you know what the All Saints community is about. Click here to find out more information and to get in touch with Patrick, our Students’ representative at All Saints, Weston, Bath.
Hi everyone! It’s such a privilege to be able to update you on IJM’s work here, which is very exciting every day! A few days ago, two slave-owners were FINALLY arrested 13 years after they were discovered to have trapped nearly 200 people into bonded labour on their rice mill. The court found them guilty, but they kept appealing and dragging the case through different courts – but amazingly, through…Keep Reading
Download and view our new and exciting Autumn programme here. Details of all our services in the new Autumn series.
Hi everyone! Having been here now nearly 3 weeks, I just wanted to give you a quick update on how things are going – please feel free to respond with any extra questions or if you want more information, I just don’t want to overload everyone with a lot to read in one go! In India, if you hold someone in slavery, you are more likely to be struck by…Keep Reading
The Summer 2017 Manna magazines are now available in church. Please take one. This issues feature is ‘Releasing our gifts’
This Saturday from 1pm to 5pm at The Parade Gardens, Bath. FREE EVENT About the Bath Christian Festival This is the third year in which the Bath Christian Festival has been running in the Parade Gardens, Bath. The previous events were in 2015 and 2016, and we are expecting to build on the success of these events! It is a FREE event, and all are welcome, whether you’re a believer…Keep Reading
Rev Mark Searle will be taking up the post of Rector in September and he writes: “We are very much looking forward to meeting the church communities in Weston, North Stoke and Langridge, it is such a privilege to have been invited to join you. A few things about us: Meghan I have have been married for 24 years this summer and we have four children, Charlie (19), Emily (18),…Keep Reading