All Saints News (174)
A list of the news from All Saints. Click on the headline below for the full story. Note that many old articles time expire so will not appear here.
Sunday 24th March - Palm Sunday
8am Holy Communion
10:30am Morning Worship - Palm Sunday
6:30pm Evening Prayer
Tuesday 26th March
7:30pm Mothers Union Holy Week meditation 'He carried Our Sorrows' - all welcome.
8pm Maundy Thursday Holy Communion. An invitation to remember the Last Supper together with Holy Communion
10am Messy Praise! - See separate article
2pm Hour at the Cross
7am 'Son Rise' - Easter morning service in the Grafton Centre atrium.
8am Holy Communion - He Is Risen!
10:30am Holy Communion All Together - He Is Risen!
4pm Songs of Praise.
All Saints' Reading Group’s next book, Tom Wright’s ‘How God Became King - Getting to the heart of the Gospels’ on Tues. 26th Feb.. There is no fixed membership to this group so please feel free to join in whenever there is a book you would find interesting to read and discuss. Please contact the office for further details.
The service talk recordings from All Saints are available as a podcast - a free and easy way to make sure you don't miss any of the service talks and you don't even need a Ipod! Or simply click here to either download / play a particular talk.
To subscribe to the podcast, either click on this link in your player, or paste/type this 'feed URL' https://www.allsaintsmilton.org.uk/podcast into the "add from URL" option in your favourite podcast player. If this redirect isn't accepted by your player try the slightly less catchy
Here’s how to manually add an RSS feed to many popular podcast apps: Note that not all of these may work with the video based services, if that is they case try Podcast Addict which is what I use.
Apple Podcasts on Mac (iTunes on Windows)
Click on “File” in the top left menu. Then select “Add a Show by URL" from the dropdown and paste the URL above in the pop-up window. Click “Subscribe”
Apple Podcasts on iOS
Tap “Library” on the bottom row of icons. Then hit “Edit” on the top right, and select “Add a Show by URL…”. Then paste the feed URL and tap “Subscribe”
Pocket Casts (iOS, Android & Web)
Paste the URL above into the search field in the “Discover” tab and then hit search. Tap on the podcast that should appear in search results and then “Subscribe”.
Breaker (iOS & Android)
Tap the “Library” tab, then select the “Subscriptions” tab. Tap the “+” in the upper right and select “Add from link”. Paste the feed URL and select done
Overcast (iOS & Web)
Tap the “+” button in the top right like you normally would to add a podcast. Then select “Add URL” in the top right, paste the feed URL and tap done
Castbox (iOS & Android)
Paste the feed URL into the search bar at the top of the “Discover” tab and then hit search. Then hit “Subscribe”
Podcast Addict (Android)
Tap the “+” icon in the top right. Then it’ll take you to the “New Podcast” screen. Then there is a second “+” button you’ll need to hit before selecting “RSS feed”. Then paste in the feed URL and tap “Add.” to finish.
On the main screen you click the + (top right) and it takes you to the “New Podcast” screen. Then there is a second + button that takes you to options including “RSS feed, …”. Click that, add the “RSS feed URL,” click “add,”
Downcast (iOS & Mac)
Tap “Add” on the bottom bar, press “Add Podcast Manually” and in the “Feed” field paste the URL of the RSS feed. Then hit “Subscribe” in the top right.
Podcast apps that *do not* support manual RSS
Currently it is not possible to manually add an RSS feed to Spotify or Google Podcasts
You can probably subscribe via your Alexa or Google Home smart speaker but that requires deeper magic i'm not aware of......
Harvest Supper & Ceilidh
Come and enjoy a Harvest Supper & Ceilidh - this year the Great Eastern Ceilidh Company will be providing the music. The fun starts at 7:30pm on Saturday October 5th, at Milton Community Centre, Coles Rd, Milton. Ticket prices are £12 for adults, and £5 for children, including Supper. Tickets are now available via the Church Office, and the Post Office on Coles Rd, or online below. Licensed Bar available.
Online Booking has now closed. Tickets booked online can be picked up on the door.
A limited number of tickets will be available on the door.
All Saints' in conjunction with New Wine, presented 'Run for it!' - a day for Women from the East of England, on Saturday 24th March.
Over 200 Women enjoyed an opportunity to worship and pray, to be challenged, inspired, and to experience God's power. If you have any feedback on any aspect of the day you would like to give us, then please click here.
Downloads of the talks from this and previous years Womens Days are available to play or download from the Media menu above.
Our speakers this year were:
Jenny did a combined social work and social policy Masters at LSE 1992-1994 and subsequently worked for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in a community Children and Families team. After four years as Children and Families Worker for St Paul's Anglican Fellowship, in 2002 Jenny started working for St Mary's Bryanston Square as Head of all the children and families work in the church and community. Some of the projects she has set up are: Weekly Toddler Groups, monthly baby groups, a mentoring programme for new mothers and numerous parenting and marriage preparation courses. She remains on staff of St Mary's Bryanston Square and is working on the Marylebone Families Project. With her husband John, she has hosted Venue 2 at the New Wine Summer Conference.
Julia is Children’s Work Adviser for Ely Diocese and leads women’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.
At 08:12 on 27th July 2012, many Milton residents joined thousands of people across the UK to ring in the first day of the London 2012 Olympic Games, on a variety of bells, from small hand bells to several slightly larger ones up a tower..... For pictures and video click here (external site, opens in separate window).