Our 7pm Evening Celebration is on an extended summer break during September.

We've been taking some time to think through the best format for our evening services, and we will soon be able to make an announcement about how things will look from October, but look out for new things, and possibly even some old things that look new!

In the meantime, on Sunday 30th September we'll be celebrating Harvest with a Songs of Praise at 4pm, followed by tea and cake. (8am and 10.30am services continue as normal.)

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The Holiday Club theme is ‘Rocky’s Plaice’ and the setting is a Fish and Chip Restaurant. It will be a week (19th-23rd August 10am - 12:30pm) full of fun, games, bible stories, crafts, drama, and music and much more!. Come along and meet ‘Captain Ketchup’ and the ‘Sardines’. Download the flyer here

Rocky's Plaice is now fully booked 

Click here for a brochure listing all the services at All Saints' through until the end of September.

For children aged 4-11.

 5pm-7pm Wednesday 31st October, Food, Fun, Craft, Songs & Stories.

Don't miss this years 'Sailing the Seas' Children's and family Praise Party at Ely Cathedral. Featuring John Hardwick, GenR8, the Diocese of Ely and new for this year an adventure with the Watt Family! Come and join us for an action packed evening of drama, songs, interaction, games, puppets, stories and lots of Fun! As we explore the C's of Choice, Courage and Change

Ages 5 - 11 (Aimed at primary school age) Cost: £2.50 advance or £4 on the door, £2.00 in groups of 10+ pre-booked. Friday 14 May 2010 - 6:45pm to - 8:30pm.

We would love to see as many youngster's - of all ages! - as possible praising God at this event, so don't miss it!! For reasons of safety and security all children must have adult
supervision.

Download Poster
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An enlightening presentation by Reg Bailey – Chief Executive of Mother’s Union, on how the media in its various forms can influence children from a young age. Milton Primary School Thursday 20th November 7 - 8:30pm

Click here for more details (pdf)

Click here for the Spring 09 programme.

Also available is the hosts rota for Get Real - Substance.

You can get a copy of our Children & Youth worker's latest Newsletter here


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Opportunity!

Children and Families Worker

Wanted for our lively local church near Cambridge

We’re a friendly, informal, inclusive parish church, evangelical and gently charismatic, part of the New Wine network. We’re looking for a Children and Families Worker who will be excited to lead, develop and encourage all aspects of our ministry with children aged 0-14 and their families. This has been an area of encouraging growth recently, and we are keen to build on the excellent work done by the previous jobholder, who has left us for a regional role. This is a wonderful opportunity to work within a surprisingly diverse community, and with a friendly and supportive staff team.

You will:

  • Have a heart for children and families
  • Have current, relevant experience
  • Be able to build and lead teams
  • Be a person of both prayer and action
  • Share our New Wine values and sense of fun
  • Be able to build relationship with people of any faith and none from a wide variety of backgrounds
  • Be a committed disciple, keen to share the Good News of Jesus with others in both church and community through loving service and creative communication

This is a full-time position, but we are open to negotiation on hours. This post requires flexible working, including Sundays and some evenings. Salary £21,000 FTE. Enhanced DBS essential.

The children are looking for someone ‘Colossally Epically Awesome’; so if you think this might be you, please get full details and an application pack from allsaintsmilton.org.uk

Call the Rector, David Chamberlin,
for an informal chat on 01223 861511

All Saints Church Milton is committed to safeguarding
and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults
and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Interested? Download the application pack here.

All Saints Night Live welcomes Rob Halligan on Saturday 30th April.

Captivating – Deserving of a nationwide audience” Musician Magazine

7:30pm at All Saints. Tickets available on the door, £5 (£3 under 16's). Profits to Ekisa

Over the last 6 years, award-winning singer/songwriter Rob Halligan has been his mark on the British unsigned music scene. 2009 saw the launch of Rob’s fourth CD, ‘Best Thing That’s Happened’ recorded with Graeme Duffin (Wet Wet Wet) and produced by Sandy Jones (Wet Wet Wet) and featuring guest performances from Yvonne Lyon, Gareth Davies-Jones and Dave Lyon. Style-wise, it’s acoustic folk-rock and was nominated Best Contemporary Album at the CBC media awards 2010.
In the late 1990’s Rob started playing the local pub circuit with his band, Goldsmiths, delivering their own brand of indie-pop-rock. Their CD, IknowYouknow released in October 1999 won some excellent reviews. The band played some noteworthy venues including the Sanctuary in Milton Keynes and the Coventry Colloseum.
Rob’s life took a new direction after the death of his father in the terrorist events of 9/11 and this would be evident in his writing. His songs challenge faith, politics and complacency and are delivered with a rough spirituality, brutal honesty and tested to be true. He sings of his experience of life on the streets to his work with the homeless. He also works with charities in developing countries and all these stories make their way into song.
‘Dancing With Seagulls’ Rob’s first solo project, produced by Simon Goodall (Cliff Richard) and featuring Dan Wheeler (Cathy Burton) on guitar and Paul Evans (Delirious?) on drums, received praise from the music press. “An excellent album” raved CrossRhythms while the Phantom Tollbooth called it “…a pleasant and welcome musical treat!” Radio 2 presenter Paul Gambaccini, commented, “These are some of the strongest songs I’ve heard for a while”. The album had airplay on BBC1 TV, BBC Radio 2, and a host of local TV and radio stations.

Rob has now played at some of the finest acoustic venues and festivals in the UK including the MAC in Birmingham, Warwick Arts Centre, the Stables, The Norwich Arts Centre and The Lot in Edinburgh. He has twice headlined at the Godiva Festival (the largest free festival in the midlands) and played the Acoustic Festival of Britain. He also sings with 1980’s hit makers After The Fire.  … The question remains that why have such artists as Rob never gained the exposure he sorely deserves? He certainly has the quality and talent to succeed; all he needs is that lucky break. This album could certainly be that break” …Maverick Magazine

The All Saints' website is in the middle of a spring clean so please be patient if areas are out of date or not working (like the podcasts), Normal service should be resumed later this week.......

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Support Tearfund by coming to the Generous Frugal lunch on Sunday 6th November at 12:45pm. Just bring yourself and your donation - maybe donate what you would normally spend on your Sunday Lunch?

Harvest Supper & Ceilidh

Come and enjoy a Harvest Supper & Ceilidh - TONIGHT - this year The Cambridge Crofters will be providing the music. The fun starts at 7:30pm on Saturday October 6th, at Milton Community Centre. Ticket prices have been held for another year at £10 for adults, and £5 for children (under 16), including Supper. Tickets are now available via the Church Office, Milton Post Office, or online below. Licensed Bar available.

Online booking - Online booking has now closed. There will be a very limited number of tickets available at the door, first come first served. Pre-booked tickets will be available to pick up on the door..

All Saints' Night Live is back THIS SATURDAY 22nd September, at 7:30pm, with a live band:

The Silhouettes featuring Rich Clifford

(I think you can probably guess who they are a tribute band to laugh)

Admission Free, collection for Ekisa orphanage in Uganda. Refreshments provided.

 

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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training this week - you can save a life! It is very simple...
When a person in the street has collapsed do you ever think that it is up to the professionals to resuscitate, or that you do not know how to do this, or that your training was more than 2 years ago?
Resuscitation training is being held at All Saints' Parish Church Hall, Milton

Friday, 29th June from 7 to 9pm. Cost £5 to £6.25 (dependent on numbers). Tea and coffee provided.
Contact Angela Steele on 07711 285165 to book your place.

 

A widow returns as a stranger to her homeland. Where will she find the hope to help her sing again? Fleeing famine in her hometown of Bethlehem, Naomi settles with her family in the neighbouring country of Moab. However, when her husband and two sons die, she decides to return home. With her faith in God shaken, she finds herself a stranger in her homeland. Thus begins the struggle to find her place in society, and ultimately to find the hope that will help her sing again. Based on the Biblical book of Ruth, this play deals with the timeless themes of faith, doubt, despair, hope and redemption.

Corpus Christi Playroom 2nd-4th September 2010, 7.30pm Tickets - £6 (Concessions £5) (Each online ticket is subject to a 70p booking fee)

Tickets can be purchased from: Cambridge Arts Theatre, 6 St Edwards Passage, Cambridge CB2 3PJ Box Office: 01223 503333 Box Office open Mon – Sat, 12 noon – 6pm Book Online: http://www.cambridgeartstheatre.com/pages/hope.html

Corpus Christi Playroom is located at 10 St Edwards Passage, Cambridge CB2 3PJ.

Hope Players are an amateur drama group sponsored by Hope Cambridge – formerly Hope 08 – which is an initiative of churches working together in Cambridge (see www.hopecambridge.com). Previous productions by Hope Players include: ‘The Cambridge Passion’ for Easter 2008 and ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' at Christmas 2009.

Christmas is always a busy time at All Saints - Join us as we celebrate Christ's birthday.

Friday 10th December

Village Carol singing - meet outside Church at 6-30pm

Sunday 12th December

8am Holy Communion

10-30am Morning Service

3-30pm Messy Christmas

7pm Evening Celebration inc. world premeire of 'Hark'!

Thursday 16th December

Carol singing at Barnabas Court - 7 - 8-30pm

Sunday 19th December

8am Holy Communion

10-30 Christmas All Age Service

7pm Carols by Candlelight

Christmas Eve

3pm Crib Service

11-30pm Midnight Holy Communion

Christmas Day

8am Holy Communion

10-30am Christmas Morning Worship

Boxing Day

8am Holy Communion (no 10-30 or 7pm Services)

All Saints' Night Live returns for 2012 on Saturday 14th January with the Wren Choir. The Wren choir is the graduate choir of Cambridge University - more details here

Theme is Music for the season of Epiphany, including the following pieces - Weelkes - Gloria in Excelsis Deo, Byrd - Laententur coeli, Cornelius - The three Kings from Persian lands afar, Pearsall - In dulci jubilo, Shaw - Lute-book lillaby, Vaughn William - The Blesses Son of God, Tchaikovsky - Legend, Holman - Mary is a Lady Bright, two Bach Arias, and much more!

All welcome, starts 7-30pm, Admissions Free, but donations taken for the Ekisa orphanage in Uganda.

We're having a half‐night of prayer from 7pm to midnight on Friday 6th January, to seek God's will for All Saints in 2012. We have a couple of significant issues facing us in the near future, and it will be good to bring them before God corporately. The evening will consist of worship and prayer, with guidance on what to pray for ‐ and it will be fine to come and go as you wish during the evening. So, please plan to be there if you possibly can ‐ I believe it will be an important evening for us all.
David.

All welcome to a special Harvest Songs Of Praise service, 30th September at 4pm, followed by tea & cake. Let Helen in the office know if you have a song/hymn which is special to you.

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Talks now available for download via the link to the left

Over 200 women enjoyed an opportunity to worship and pray, to be challenged, inspired and to experience God’s power at All Saints on the 27th March, with speakers Mary Pytches and Prue Bedwell. The flyer & booking form can be downloaded here

Our Speakers: Mary is married to Bishop David Pytches. She has four children and twelve grandchildren. She and David (with the four girls) spent seventeen years in South America as missionaries. When they returned to England in 1976 they went to the parish of St. Andrew’s, Chorleywood, staying there until they retired in 1996. Mary’s major interest has been to develop a pastoral prayer ministry in the local church. She has written almost as many books as she has grandchildren on subjects relating to personal growth. In their retirement Mary and David are kept busy with their growing family, while making time for writing and speaking around the world.

Prue has been married for 56 years to Richard. They have 4 children 11 Grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren - in other words a matriarch! Richard worked for David at St. Andrews after 30 years in Industry and she has worked with Mary for nearly 25 years and has seen God at work changing lives around for almost 40 years.

The Hope Players (including several members of All Saints) present:

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis, performed in the ADC theatre, Cambridge.

Entering a wardrobe to escape Mrs McCready the strict housekeeper, the four Pevensie children discover Narnia, a land where it is always winter but never Christmas. Narnia is under the spell of the cruel White Witch, but some in Narnia dare to hope. They are waiting for an old prophecy to come true – that two sons of Adam and two daughters of Eve will become kings and queens and rule justly under the authority of Aslan, son of The Emperor of the Lone Isles. And there are rumours that Aslan is near, maybe already here... Whether you are young, old or in between, enjoy the magic and spectacle of C.S. Lewis' story, adapted for the stage by Glyn Robbins, and take its message home with you for the Christmas season.

The Hope Players are committed to bringing hope and joy through quality productions.  

Performances run from Thursday 17th - Sunday 20th December, Thu & Matinées £8/£6, Fri & Sat £9/£7. Under 16s £5 for all performances. Tickets can be booked now via the ADC Theatre online booking service.

There are a few changes to the services over the summer:

8am Holy Communion Services continue as usual.

For the 10.30am service,‘Summer Special’ services will take place with the whole church family in mind, as our children’s and young people’s groups will be taking a break. We pray that each member of the church family, from the youngest to the oldest, will meet with God in worship during these times, and that we will enjoy being together in God’s presence. Play equipment will be available for pre-school age children accompanied by a parent. Children’s and young people’s groups will restart in September.

7pm Evening Celebration Services take a break over the summer and will restart in September

You will be very welcome at any of these services and events as we celebrate the birth of our Saviour Jesus!
 
Messy Christmas
Saturday 17th December 3.30pm
All the usual Messy Praise elements with a Christmas theme
 
Carols by Candlelight
Sunday 18th December 7.00pm
Followed by seasonal refreshments
 
Crib Service
Christmas Eve 3.00pm
A Christmas treat for all the family!
 
Midnight Holy Communion
Christmas Eve 11.30pm
 
Christmas Day
Holy Communion 8.00am
A quiet start to Christmas Day
Holy Communion All Together 10.30am
Something for everyone on Christmas morning
 
Sunday 1st January
Holy Communion 8.00am
Morning Worship All Together 10.30am
Start the New Year with worship - suitable for all ages
 

A service to remember and give thanks for loved ones who have passed away. 3pm in the church on Sunday 28th October. All Welcome.

Come along to the Ministries Fair and find out what we do as a Church and become involved in the various aspects of Church life. All welcome - not just for new-comers! Sunday 25th September from 3pm.

What will the afternoon include? - 'Stalls' for different Church activities and Tea & Cakes together before Songs of Praise at 5pm.

BAPTISM & THANKSGIVING PREPARATION TEA

Sunday, 12th September 2010 4.00 – 5.30 pm at All Saints Church Milton -  An invitation to families who are considering baptism or thanksgiving

• What does baptism mean?

• Details of the baptism and thanksgiving services

• Time for questions

• Get to know some of the team at All Saints

• Activities for older children

• Cakes and drinks provided

R.S.V.P to Eleanor Williams at All Saint Church Office 01223 441007 Or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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All Saints are putting on a special performance of Redemption Song as part of All Saints Night Live, on Saturday 20th November at 8pm. Taickets (£5 on other nights) are free for residents of Milton. Tickets for this performance can be picked up at Milton Post office or the church office.

After its sell out run at the Corpus Christi playroom in Cambridge in September, All Saints Milton is proud to host performances of 'Redemption Song' by Hope Players.

A widow returns as a stranger to her homeland. Where will she find the hope to help her sing again? Fleeing famine in her hometown of Bethlehem, Naomi settles with her family in the neighbouring country of Moab. However, when her husband and two sons die, she decides to return home. With her faith in God shaken, she finds herself a stranger in her homeland. Thus begins the struggle to find her place in society, and ultimately to find the hope that will help her sing again. Based on the Biblical book of Ruth, this play deals with the timeless themes of faith, doubt, despair, hope and redemption.

Hope Players are an amateur drama group sponsored by Hope Cambridge – formerly Hope 08 – which is an initiative of churches working together in Cambridge (see www.hopecambridge.com). Previous productions by Hope Players include: 'The Cambridge Passion' for Easter 2008 and 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' Christmas 2009 at the ADC theatre in Cambridge.

All are invited to join us to sing carols around the village this Christmas.

We will be meeting at 6.30pm on each occasion.
Children are welcome but must be accompanied, .musicians also very welcome.


Thursday 6th December at the Lion & Lamb.
 

Tuesday 11th December at Tesco.
 

Monday 17th December beginning at Barnabas Court and then visiting those who are housebound.


Friday 21st December beginning at Edmund House followed by the pubs.

Come and enjoy mulled wine, warm mince pies and create your own Christmas crafts. Monday 28th November from 7:30pm in the Church Hall. All welcome, children over 11 also welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. Booking now closed as we are full! Pre-booked tickets will be available for collection on the door.

 

 

In aid of the Cambridgeshire Historic Church Trust, this is an event where you can cycle, walk or even ride a horse along a route chosen by you) and keep a record of the churches and chapels you visit or pass between 10am and 6pm. Participants will need to be sponsored by family and friends. Half the money raised will be given to the Trust and the other half will be given to the churches named by the participants. If you are up for the challenge, please see Holly or David.

Over 200 women enjoyed a day for Women from the East of England, held on Saturday 12th March 2011 at All Saints' Church.

Talks are now available from the Media tab at the top of the page

Some feedback from the day:

"I was given a warm welcome and a drink even though I was late. I was taken to a free seat so Ididn't feel embarrassed. I met with God today, I was challenged and inspired and my faith has been built up. I want to go home and read through my notes and change the way I live."

"The presence of the Holy Spirit was palpable. He called me 'beloved'. Many issues were raised and I have much to do."

"All sessions were fantastic, cannot wait to download and share with church at home."

"My friend booked. I really didn't want to come. As soon as I walked in I knew I had done the right thing."

"Even in the afternoon when I thought God had already ministered to me and I was tired, He met me. God meets us in our fears. Fear God!!!"

"This is my first time. God definitely met me today. Recent worries are being kicked into touch."

"God spoke - said I was a woman of strength and that during this time of sorrow and grieving would be walking closer to me."

"God told me I was 'perfectly made and on a mission' despite feeling insecure and desperate."

"I felt a real sense of God's love for me and that he has a purpose for me."

"One of the team prayed with the group of us from our church with a prayer request received from home during the course of the day for a sick 3 month old baby. Got a text later on to say she was

stable. Praise the Lord!"

"The testimony really touched me."                 "Fantastic music, I felt free to worship."

"The teaching was very relevant to how I've been feeling. Needing to keep going in a small rural church. I feel very encouraged and filled with hope!"

"The sung worship was excellent, thank you! Amazing time with God. I can't remember the last time I had such an extended sung worship time without two young children. A real focus time."

"The teaching was inspiring and challenging."      "The worship reminded me God is walking with me. The teaching reaffirmed my faith and reasons why I believe."

"I felt lifted into the courts of heaven. The songs really centred on God – so refreshing."

 Click here to find out more.

 

Come along to a Christmas Shopping evening (In aid of the Ugandan Orphanage http://www.ekisa.org/ )

Buy your Christmas gifts for Children and adults (proceeds donated to children at Ekisa in the form of toys). Buy your own gifts and/or buy a specific toy for a child at the Orphanage. Toys (for both adults and Children!) for all budgets, from stocking fillers to larger gifts! Or buy online at http://www.lighthousetoys.co.uk and type in 'Uganda' with your order (for purchases made on 29.11.10 & 30.11.10).

An evening for everyone! Monday 29th November 7.30-9pm At Lighthouse Toys, High Street, Histon.

For further enquiries, call All Saints Church on 01223 441007 or Lighthouse Toys on 01223 236596

Do you have a child starting school or pre-school on 4th September?

The church building will be open from 9am to 3pm on 4th September with refreshments served all day. So if you're dropping off your child at school or pre-school for either the morning or afternoon session why not come along, have a drink and meet up with other parents. Whether you are delighted to have waved your child off, anxious about their first day or just need a quick cuppa before you head off to work, you'll be made most welcome. There'll be toys for younger siblings to play with and you can stay for a short while or as long as you wish.

'Tea and Tissues’ Drop In for anyone who’s Child has started school for the first time: pop in for a tea/coffee and a chat. 9‐11.45 and 1‐3pm.

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The summer fayre takes place on Saturday 14th July from 1pm, on Coles Road Recreation ground.

All Saints' will be there with Messy Praise Special, Bookstall, Coconut Shy, and much more.

It promises to be a great afternoon and evening for all with a host of stalls and entertainment lined up, plus great music from the Melody Beats, Caroline Langford and The Undercovers.

Youth Service!

Sunday 10th July 7.00pm - the Evening Celebration will be led by our Substance Youth Cell - be prepared for anything! Do come along and support them, and experience worship like you never have before...

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All Saints' are organising a mens away day at Mill Green House near Horseheath on Saturday Sepember 15th, from 9:45am through to 3:30pm, Cost £10. Download the booking form to find out more. Limited to 20 places so book now to secure your place.

As men, to what extent do we, and can we, rely upon God?
So much of the myth of being a man is based upon being strong, wise and decisive that we can miss the call to rely
entirely upon God. During this Away Day we hope to explore what it means (as men) to truly rely upon God, and what the
costs and benefits of that are.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about Ekisa and their work in Uganda, see their website

 

Talks now available for download via the link to the left

Over 200 women enjoyed an opportunity to worship and pray, to be challenged, inspired and to experience God’s power at All Saints on the 27th March, with speakers Mary Pytches and Prue Bedwell. The flyer & booking form can be downloaded here

Our Speakers: Mary is married to Bishop David Pytches. She has four children and twelve grandchildren. She and David (with the four girls) spent seventeen years in South America as missionaries. When they returned to England in 1976 they went to the parish of St. Andrew’s, Chorleywood, staying there until they retired in 1996. Mary’s major interest has been to develop a pastoral prayer ministry in the local church. She has written almost as many books as she has grandchildren on subjects relating to personal growth. In their retirement Mary and David are kept busy with their growing family, while making time for writing and speaking around the world.

Prue has been married for 56 years to Richard. They have 4 children 11 Grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren - in other words a matriarch! Richard worked for David at St. Andrews after 30 years in Industry and she has worked with Mary for nearly 25 years and has seen God at work changing lives around for almost 40 years.

Train Up – Skills for you to help children on their journey.

A day to be encouraged and equipped in your ministry with children. ‘Train Up’ aims to motivate you as you enthuse children on their journey of faith. Join us for a day of worship, workshops, networking and inspiration with keynote speaker Mark Griffiths, a Church of England priest who oversees children’s work for New Wine. Mark has published six books, and speaks both nationally and internationally in a wide range of church contexts. Saturday 9th October 9.00am to 3.15pm at Milton Primary School. If you can help on the day, Julia would love to hear from youfree admission available! More details from Julia Chamberlin This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or see the Ely Diocese website: http://bit.ly/trainup (shortened url) for the poster.

Prayer can at times feel messy, with more questions than answers. Like - what does it mean to pray? Where do we start? What do we say? How do we keep going? Are we doing it right? Does God listen to us? How do we listen to God? When can I manage to pray at all when life is so busy?

All of us feel like that sometimes, and what we hope to do in this series of three evenings is to have time and space to explore different ways of praying, in the company of others also wanting to deepen their prayer life.

May 19th 7.45 – 9.15 pm Prayer in the midst of mess

June 23rd 7.45 – 9.15 pm Prayer and the Bible

July 21st 7.45 – 9.15 pm Prayer and creativity

For more details speak to Eleanor

Alpha course - starts here Monday 22nd September

 

Over 200 women enjoyed a day for Women from the East of England, held on Saturday 12th March 2011 at All Saints' Church.

Talks are now available from the Media tab at the top of the page

Enjoy an opportunity to worship and pray, to be challenged, inspired and to experience God's power. Our speakers this year were:

Christine Perkin - Christine works alongside her husband Paul, at St Marks Battersea in London. She has loved being part of growing a  church in a local community over the past twenty years. They have three children who aren't really children any more – keeping tabs on them still seems to take up an inordinate amount of time and energy! Coming out of the teenage years, Paul and Christine wrote a course on Parenting Teenagers much to their children's amusement. Christine is involved in a number of different areas of church life – preaching regularly, leading Family Life courses, training young leaders and co-ordinating church weekends. For many years she has led retreats and conferences for minister's wives, and has also enjoyed being part of the leadership team for New Wine.

 

Julia Chamberlin - Julia is Children's Work Adviser for Ely Diocese and leadswomen's ministry at All Saints Milton, where her husband David is Rector. She has four children and one granddaughter. Julia is passionate about encouraging the church to show and share God's love in our communities and seeks to inspire and support parishes across the Diocese of Ely in their ministry and mission with children and their families.

 

 

The Day:

From 9am

 

Arrive and Register

9.30am Welcome & Worship
10.15am Session 1
11am Coffee
11.45am Session 2
1pm Lunch break
2pm Welcome back, worship, testimony

2.45pm

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Final session with ministry

LOVE Poster'Love' - A Women's Day in association with New Wine took place at All Saints on Saturday 27th June 2009. Over 200 women enjoyed an opportunity to worship and pray, to be challenged, inspired and to experience God’s power with speakers Dr Elaine Storkey, President of Tearfund, writer and lecturer, and Lindsay Melluish, part of the overall Leadership Team of New Wine and co-author with her husband Mark of the 'Family Time Parenting Children' course.

Recordings of the talks are now available via the link to the left. 

As you've probably noticed it is a little broken at the moment - updating the CMS wasn't quite as slick as promised and some areas appear not to have survived the transition intact.

Come and enjoy

Talks now available for download via the link to the left.

We are back at Hothorpe Hall in Leciestershire for our Parish weekend away this year, for a special time together, with great teaching and inspiring worship and experience God in a new way.

The Dates: Friday 30th April to Sunday 2nd May 2010. Arrive from 5pm on Friday, stay until 4pm on Sunday.

The Speakers: We are delighted to welcome John and Anne Coles as our main speakers on Friday and Saturday. John is Director of New Wine, overseeing the New Wine Network. Anne is the ministry pastor at St Barnabas, and has overall responsibility for developing New Wine’s women’s conferences. There will also be acivities for children and young people.

The Worship: We are also delighted to have Andy Woodman from Soul Survivor Watford leading us in worship at the weekend. Many of you will know Andy and his wife Jo, who both grew up at All Saints, and who moved to Watford a few years ago after ministry training with Hillsong in Sydney, Australia.

The Venue: Hothorpe Hall, Leciestershire, a lovely peaceful rural location with stunning views, the ideal place to unwind. 52 superb en suite bedrooms all with TV’s, 5 excellent chefs producing a delicious range of menus using fresh local produce. Tennis, basket ball and football can all be played on the multi use games area and inside there is pool and table tennis available. 12 acres of lovely gardens to relax and enjoy. Complimentary wireless broadband.

Full information here, and to book your space please fill out this form and return to the office.

Parish Weekend Away, 21-23 November 2008.

New Reduced rates for families!

The rate for children aged 5-10 has been reduced to £50, and you only pay for your oldest two children, any others are free!

Booking forms are available here, in the foyer or from the Church Office. If you would like to come but can't afford the full cost, please speak to David in complete confidence, as (thanks to the generosity of others) we have some funds available to help you. We're very excited about the weekend, and hope to see you there!

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Each hour we give to serve others is an hour when we are worshipping God by following the example Jesus set for us in being the gospel as well as talking about it.

   

Special Events  

Tue Nov 21 @ 3:30PM - 04:30PM
MegaMakers Afterschool Club
Tue Nov 28 @ 3:30PM - 04:30PM
MegaMakers Afterschool Club
Sat Dec 02 @12:00AM
Christmas Shipping Evening at Lighthouse Toys
Sun Dec 03 @ 4:00PM - 05:00PM
Christingle
Sun Dec 03 @ 6:30PM - 07:30PM
Advent Carol Sercice
Mon Dec 04 @ 7:30PM - 09:30PM
Create for Christmas
Wed Dec 20 @ 7:45PM - 09:00PM
Carols by Candlelight
   

Regular Events  

Sun Nov 19 @ 8:00AM - 08:45AM
8am Holy Communion
Sun Nov 19 @10:30AM - 11:45AM
10:30am Service
Sun Nov 19 @ 6:30PM - 07:30PM
Evening Service
Mon Nov 20 @10:00AM - 11:45AM
Little Rainbows Toddler group
Tue Nov 21 @ 3:30PM - 04:30PM
MegaMakers Afterschool Club
Wed Nov 22 @ 2:00PM - 04:00PM
Parents & Under 1s
Fri Nov 24 @10:00AM - 11:45AM
Little Rainbows Toddler group
Sun Nov 26 @ 8:00AM - 08:45AM
8am Holy Communion
Sun Nov 26 @10:30AM - 11:45AM
10:30am Service
Sun Nov 26 @ 6:30PM - 07:30PM
Evening Service
   
Service Talks
   
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