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Contact Us

 

To contact any member of staff or for further details of any events at All Saints, please contact the Church Office.

Church Office: The office is open 9.30am - 12.30pm Tuesday to Friday. Outside office hours there is an answerphone.

Telephone (01223) 441007

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Mailing Address: All Saints Church, Church Lane, Milton, Cambridge CB24 6AB

 

If your enquiry is urgent and the office is closed, or if you need to contact David directly:

Rector: Rev. David Chamberlin, The Rectory, 24 Church Lane, Milton, Cambridge, CB24 6AB
01223 861511 or 07805 083300 email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If your message is urgent, please call or text David on 07805 083300 rather than e-mailing, as he may not see your email immediately.

Find Us

Milton is situated about three miles north of Cambridge. The church can be found at the end of Church Lane.

For a large scale map of Milton click here (streetmap.com - use the browser back key to return)

Directions to the Church:

From the A10/A14 junction:  Take the turn signposted "Milton" down from the roundabout past Tescos and straight on down Cambridge Rd / High St. Carry on through the village, past the shops. and then turn right when the road widens out next to the village sign in the small green to the left. Almost immediately take a left (before the "Jolly Brewers" public house) into Church Lane. The Church is situated on the left at the end of the lane, before the Children's Hospice.

Car Parking

Car parking is very limited next to the Church itself, and reserved for disabled access, but there is plenty of free, on-street parking on neighbouring streets. By special arrangement with Milton Hall we can use their large car park for the 10.30am Sunday service only (open from around 10am). Entry to the Milton Hall carpark is off Ely Rd (Milton High St) - follow the directions above, but keep going straight on where the road opens out next to the village sign. Milton Hall's car park is on the right through the large white gates. There is pedestrian access through the gate on the right side of the car park onto Church Lane, then turn left and walk up Church Lane. Cars left beyond 1pm will be locked in by the security guard and there may be a charge for unlocking.

NOTE - PLEASE DON'T PARK IN THE HOSPICE CAR PARK BEYOND THE CHURCH, or block access for our neighbours.

People

Rector
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Rev David Chamberlin
Rev. David Chamberlin is Rector of Milton.
David is also Priest-in-Charge of our associated parishes of Waterbeach and Landbeach.
David's day off is Saturday, and he has a Study Day on Mondays.
Associate Minister
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Rev. Dr. Simon Bradford
Simon Bradford is Associate Minister of Milton. Simon is part-time Associate Minister at All Saints, and is self-supporting.
Children & Families worker
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Christian Osborne
Christian is the Children & Families worker at All Saints. 
Administrator
Office number: 01223 441007
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Pearl Skull
Pearl is the Church Administrator, and can be contacted via the Church Office.
Lay Pastor
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Sue Nunn is a Lay Pastor at All Saints.
Lay Pastor
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John Uttin is a Lay Pastor at All Saints.
Churchwardens
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Nat Johnson and Linda Henderson are the Churchwardens at All Saints.
Treasurer
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Roxane Owen is Treasurer of All Saints PCC

 

All the above can also be contacted via the church office:
Telephone (01223) 441007

Fax 07092 022613

Drama Scripts

The following scripts have been written by members of All Saints Milton. They have all been performed at one time or another. Many are simply the Bible in dramatic form. Copyright resides with the authors. Permission is hereby granted for use of these scripts in non-profit making church events. Editing may be required to suit local conditions. The later scripts are downloadable acrobat files in BBC ScriptSmart format

A Plot Against Nehemiah Nehemiah refuses to be distracted from God's work.
A Rock And A Hard Place Pilate's dilemma. A three scene play for Good Friday
A Soldier's Tale The events of Easter as seen by one of the soldiers.
Angel Delight Director's shooting script for the 2001 11-14s Christmas video.
Ascension? Why did Jesus go back to heaven?
Claim To Be Humble Who is the most humble person you know? How do they compare to this lot?
David and Araunah David's pride and its consequences - 2 Samuel 24 in dramatic form
David, Bathsheba And Nathan King David demonstrates how to handle criticism.
Easter Play The Easter story adapted for performance by around sixty primary age children
Executioner - Its Just A Job Mate The Roman soldiers who put Jesus to death were human beings just like you and me.
God's Football Kit Ephesians 6 adapted for those of us who don't know about real armour.
Hark! The Wise Men have become arms dealers and media moghuls, and the shepherds are working in a burger bar and won't get a day off for two millenia. Can Hark the Herald Angel save Christmas as we know it? Script for the 11-14s Christmas Video 2005.
Hezekiah's Illness Hezekiah is healed by God. But is there a happy ending?
Holiday Of A Lifetime A visit to the travel agents turns up unexpected adventure.
Jesus And Judas Contrasts their different actions and fates
Jesus At Twelve Dramatisation of Luke 2:41-52
Jesus, Man Of Prayer Meditation on Jesus' prayer life.
Joseph's Family Introduction to the ancient world's most dysfunctional family.
Loving Your Enemy Is very, very hard.
Moses Keeps His Aaron Dramatisation of the call of Moses to lead the Israelites out of Egypt (Exodus 3).
Mourning For Jesus What did the women feel as they came to the tomb on that first Easter morning?
Nehemiah And Jesus What would Jesus say to Nehemiah?
Open House Nativity Play All you ever wanted to know about the birth of Jesus but were afraid to ask.
Peer Pressure We are often under pressure to follow what our friends and family do.
Ruth And Boaz A radio style meditation showing that simple wholesome relationships are possible.
The Solomon Interviews Part II Chat show featuring an interview with King Solomon (based on Ecclesiates 2:1-11)
The Blind And The Toothless What happens when the cycle of violence is not broken.
The Easy Way Out Doing the right thing is often hard. Katy finds out what happens when you take the easy way out.
The Man With Two Daughters Dramatisation of the parable of the Man With Two Sons (Matthew 21:28-32)
The Pony Club Of The Apocalypse The Four Horsemen meet their match.
The Vanishing Time Does time for the important things in life vanish ilike smoke? This DVD sketch was written to go with our Bible Studies based on "The Scretape Letters" by C.S. Lewis
Three Friends Trust God Dramatisation of Daniel 3: 12-30
Three Parables Three parables about God's dealings with us that Jesus never told.
Total Boredom New game show with a twist at the end.
Tweedledumb and Tweedledumber Some arguements used against christianity are worthless because they can be reversed to prove the opposite. Here is an illustration.
 

8am Holy Communion

This is a traditional said Holy Communion service, using Common Worship (Holy Communion Order 2 in Contemporay Language). A quiet, reflective way to start the day.

10:30am Service

The 10:30am service is designed to cater for the whole church, from ages 0-100+ !

Home Communion

If you are finding it difficult to come to church and would appreciate receiving Holy Communion in your own home, please contact Rev. David Chamberlin, or leave a message with Pearl in the church office.

Baby Church

Activities for 0 - 3s during 10.30am Sunday services.