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This week's Sanctuary service has a focus on spending time with Jesus. Ruth Rhodes will speak to us from Acts 4.
Wes Poirot takes a further look at the story of Peter and John at the temple, which we started exploring last week, and asks, "What are you looking at?"
The Holy Spirit has been poured out on all people and the disciples take the first steps out.
This week we will be looking at Acts 2:14-40 and how we are all called to be witnesses of Jesus.
We will celebrate and be challenged by recalling that first day when the Holy Spirit fell and a river called the church started flowing and continues to flow today.
We start this week with a behind the scenes glimpse of the making of the service, the great team who help prepare and distribute the service and some of our much-loved church family who have found the service to be a lifeline over the last year.
Sanctuary service this week is about breakfast on the beach! Everyone is very welcome!
As we start to emerge from lockdown, Mark leads us and introduces the new teaching series, 'Waiting and Witnessing'.
This week Mark Searle will be preaching on the new community and Tom Peryer will be leading, with contributions from Liz Chatfield and Robin and Ming-Keng Teoh.
At this Sunday's Sanctuary service we are encouraged to wake up! Rub the sleep from our eyes and look afresh at all that surrounds us.
We will be singing rousing hymns and Wes will be preaching on “The New Way”. Our reading and prayers will be led by a very special couple from our church family (do tune in to find out which one!) and Pippa will be leading us through the service.
Question: What is the connection between Ludwig Van Beethoven and Mahalia Jackson? Answer: Their thrilling music features in the Easter Sunday Sanctuary service.
Join us online and then come and join us in the churchyard from just after 12pm to collect a palm cross
Mark Searle
We will be open from 4-6pm from Monday 29 - Friday 02.
Mark Searle
Bath Abbey is live streaming a service of Holy Communion with choir at 7.30pm.
Easter reflections, displays plus an Easter egg hunt and Easter trail around the outside of the Church - this Fri and Sat
Mark Searle
The story as told in the gospels, illustrated by powerful paintings and music.
Join us online then come and join us in the churchyard to dress the cross
Mark Searle
Although we are still not able to gather in person, we can still worship as one. Palm Sunday is a day of celebration as we welcome the King of King and cry "Hosanna - Save Us".
On-Line Sanctuary is one year old on Sunday. Do join us for some virtual chocolate birthday cake. But more importantly do join us to celebrate the freedom that comes from the cross – the latest in our series.
It is the 4th Sunday in Lent, which is Mothering Sunday. Tom Peryer will be speaking in our “Crossed Over” series, on the subject of Reconciliation.
This week our Sanctuary service marks the third Sunday of Lent reflecting on the hope of the resurrection. Paddy Gleave speaks on the message of death being overcome and our hope for the future, challenging attitudes to death.
This week 'Forgiveness' is the second theme in our Lent series 'Crossed Over' and Wes Poirot talks on this and tells us how forgiveness can be truly transformative.
This week our Sanctuary service marks the first Sunday of Lent reflecting on the tender and generous love of our heavenly Father.
Wes leads our Sanctuary service and Mark completes his 3 part talk on the Parable of the Lost Son and this week the Father is in the spotlight.
Our next zoom Call to Prayer will take place on Sunday 07 February at 19:00hrs.
Mark will be speaking again on the subject of the lost son, but this time thinking about the older son, who had continued to stay at home in obedience to his father, and who was not entirely happy with the way things turned out.
Join us as we journey backwards and forwards with the Runaway Squanderer formerly known as the Prodigal Son.
Join us this coming Sunday when we will be finding Sanctuary in the Rock of Ages and Sarah will be expanding on the story of the wise man who built his house upon the rock and his not so wise friend.
This week's Sanctuary service is led by Mark with Tom talking on 'Friends and Neighbours'.
Do join in with some joyful worship, look out for a bird's eye view of our community and there will be a special prayer to re-commit ourselves near the start of this New Year.
Happy New Year! You are very welcome to join us for our Sanctuary service at the start of the new season.
Good news! There's a Sanctuary Service on 27 December, slightly shorter than usual but still with a rich mixture of scripture, music, song and prayer.
A shining star hovering over Weston opens our on-line Carol Service which follows the traditional pattern.
Please join us for this Sunday's Sanctuary service which will have a Christingle theme.
This coming Sunday Sanctuary will continue in the season of Advent
29 November is Advent Sunday, the beginning of the church’s year, when we officially start looking forward to Christmas! We will be having some special Advent prayers and hymns.
A project for all to get involved with during advent
Wes Poirot is speaking to us on 'Life in Jesus'
Please join us for our next Sanctuary service which will come from our sister parish of Langridge.
A shortened Remembrance Sunday Service that was prerecorded for Sunday 08 November.
This coming Remembrance Sunday will be like no other but the first half of Sanctuary Service will be a Remembrance Service and there will be a two-minute silence.
Mark will be developing the Transformation theme, exploring what the Bible has to say about how we should live, and looking at the subject of 'Defeating Strongholds'.
Find out why God told Joshua to get up off the ground and man up. And bring your spiritual armour.
Please join us for this Sunday's Sanctuary service when we will be considering the Battle of the Mind.
Our Harvest Thanksgiving service which focuses on thankfulness and the attitude of gratitude.
This week Sanctuary is dreaming with that rapscallion Jacob as he encounters God.
Please join us for this Sunday's Sanctuary service, which will come from our sister parish of North Stoke.
Be prepared for some disturbance on Sunday in Sanctuary when Tom Peryer will be speaking on the need to get in the removers.
In times when we feel shaken it is good to remember... remember who we are and that we are not alone. Monica Corripio-Lopez will be opening up the Bible and encouraging us with truths that will strengthen us.
This coming Sunday is all about RE-CONNECTING with each other.
This week, week 5 of 5, Paul Langham is going to be speaking on the the subject 'Disruption'.
The last in our August series, this weeks 'Hero of Faith' is more Bristol than Bath, although he was born in Germany. He came to Bristol as a pastor in his 20’s and this was his base until his death at the age of 93.
This week, week 4 of 5, Mark and Lindsey Melluish are going to be speaking on the the subject 'Change'.
In our Heroes of Faith series, Tom will be talking on someone who was a Member of Parliament, reformer and frequent visitor to Bath. Our guest speakers for this service are Mark and Lindsey Meluish and the word for the future is 'Change'.
This week, week 3 of 5, Anthony Delaney is going to be speaking on the the subject 'You'.
For Sunday 16th August, the local hero will be John Wesley and the talk will be from Anthony Delaney who leads Ivy Church in Manchester
Summer Bites, week 2 of 5, Nicola Neal is going to be speaking on the the subject 'Kindness'.
For Sunday 9th August, the local hero will be William Tyndale and the talk will be from Nicola Neal who heads up the Christian Charity ‘Every Life’
Summer Bites - Paul Harcourt talks to us on the subject 'Restore'.
'Inspired by the past and facing the future'. This week our 'hero of faith' is Alphege and the talk is by Paul Harcourt, leader of New Wine and Vicar of All Saints Church, Woodford Wells, East London.
Mark, our Rector, will be speaking on Psalm 46 and the service will be led by Pippa Page. The psalm reminds us that God is our strength and refuge, and that we need to be still and listen to Him.
At Sanctuary this week Sarah Couchman explores that wonderful Psalm, Psalm 139, with help from friends at the Life Project. And, the service is led by Mark from... the church building
Monday 13 July 2020 on 'Zoom' at 20:00hrs to 20:30hrs
We have moved the sofa back into the church for the live stream and it is great to be working with a team again. Bring your coffee and be ready to join in and receive more of the good things that God has for us.
Sanctuary this week will focus on that lovely song of praise and thankfulness Psalm 103.
The Home of Holiday Club 2020
This week find out about God the Giant Slayer. Come and join us for worship, bring your coffee and share with a friend
Please join us for our Sanctuary service this week when Tom Peryer will open up for us another very special Psalm of Hope - Psalm 91
We would love as may as possible to join us in prayer from 19:30 to 20:30hrs on Monday 29 June on Zoom - log in from 7.15pm. This is for anyone and everyone in the All Saints Family.
This week we start a new series... Come and join us for worship, bring your coffee and share with a friend
If you are feeling sheepwrecked by all the events in the world or in desperate need of some fellowsheep, then the Sanctuary service on 28 June is for you.
This week Mark is concluding our series on 1 Peter. Come and join us for worship, bring your coffee and share with a friend
The wind of the Holy Spirit is evident in this service as Mark looks at our last chapter of 1 Peter and emphasises the 'Living Hope' that Peter writes about that is relevant to us all today.
The church is not closed, the church is people. God has simply opened hundreds of outlets of his grace in homes across Weston, Bath and the nation.
Mark Searle
Please join us for our Sanctuary service this Sunday. A river of life will run throughout the service as we come to our penultimate look at 1 Peter and consider 'Living as Exiles'.
Catch up with Church Live. The church is not closed, the church is people.
Mark Searle
The Sanctuary Service this week is a service for Trinity Sunday when we remember that God is one God with three aspects: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Catch up with the 11am live stream on YouTube or facebook.
Service will be available from 08:00hrs on Sunday 31 May 2020
Catch up with the 11am live stream on YouTube or facebook.
Our Sanctuary Service for this week has words and music that explore the Ascension of Jesus.
Catch up with the 11am live stream on YouTube or facebook.
Mark Searle
There will be uplifting music, prayers led by someone looking remarkably like Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, a reading from Bev Harris, a talk from Mark Searle and led by Tom Peryer.
Available from 08:00hrs on Sunday 10 May 2020 please join us for this service. You can look forward to images of the sea, beautiful glasswork and reflections on being ‘Living Stones’ and chosen.
Facebook video embedded, YouTube rebroadcast also now embedded.
Mark Searle
We would love as may as possible to join us in prayer from 20:00 to 21:00hrs on Monday 04 May on Zoom - log in from 7.45pm. This is for anyone in the All Saints Family.
Wes Poirot will be speaking on The Hope of Heaven and Holiness on Earth as we carry on exploring Peter’s first letter and how it speaks to us today.
Catch up on YouTube or Facebook from Sunday 26th April.
Mark Searle
Sarah Couchman is leading the service with Mark Searle speaking and a number of other members of our church family participating.
This Sunday's service is led by Tom Peryer with Mark Searle giving the talk.
Catch up with our Church Live steam from Easter Sunday.
Mark Searle
Walking the Way of the Cross - From Gethsemane to the Tomb.
Reflection from Sarah and Resources
Tom Peryer leads us in this Sanctuary Service for Palm Sunday
Catch up on church live from Palm Sunday, 5th April 2020.
This is a simple service for you to join in at home.
Church Live. We worship together across the city.
Mark Searle