Women's Day update

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Dear Friends,

We have missed you!

Sadly, due to the continuing situation with Covid we know that now is not the right time to be planning a Women’s Day for 2022. However, this does not mean that you are forgotten!

‘The Lord your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save; he will rejoice over you with gladness; he will quiet you by his love; he will exult over you with loud singing.’ Zeph 3:17

While we continue to stay safe and care for one another as best we can, why not enjoy one of the women’s days from the past – we have talks stretching back from 2006! The choice is a feast for the soul, so why not cosy up with your bible, a coffee and imagine the voices of other women surrounding you in worship as you listen and spend time with the Lord.

Just follow this link to listen, and if God speaks to you afresh why not let us know and we can encourage others via our website if you would like us to. Do feel free to share this message among your church and friends.

With lots of love

Julia  xx

And all the Women’s Day Team at All Saints!

Ekisa Online Quiz

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Please join uson Saturday January 29th at 19.00 (7pm) for a fun virtual Quiz. We are raising money for our local charity Ekisa UK. Full details are on our website www.ekisa.org.uk  

  • via Zoom 7-9 pm
  • Fun! Suitable for all ages
  • Join as an individual (£5*) or as a household (£14*)
  • Make up a team (captain plus up to 5 others)
  • Wide variety of tantalising questions
  • Book online early to avoid disappointment

*plus small booking fee

To take part just book your tickets at

https://fixr.co/event/473824803

….and then please let us know about who is in your Team and who is the Team Captain:  email us at info@ekisa.org.uk.

(Please note that, if you are not all in the same household, you will need a secondary form of communication (e.g. WhatsApp/ Zoom/Skype) to communicate with other members of your team).

Do please take part….the need for our support in Uganda has increased but fundraising continues to be tough during the pandemic. This is a real chance to make a big impact (and have lots of fun).

Ekisa UK is a charity supporting children with special needs in Uganda. ‘Ekisa’, which in Lugandan means ‘Grace’, is a Children’s Home in Jinja, Uganda that was co-founded by Emily, a local girl from Milton. It not only accommodates many orphan children with special needs, it also provides community care and an academy to help many other similar children in need who live in the community.

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Bible Verse for 2022

'Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing!

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Isaiah 43.18-19