All Saints Community Church- not so much a building, more a way of life


Throughout 2018

 The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases it is
new every morning 
Lamentations 3:22


Summer Fair

Saturday 9th June 12pm - 3pm

Our programme includes Crowning of the ROSE QUEEN Who will be Opening the Fair.
Bottle Tombola
Tombola and Raffles.
Large number of Stalls including:-
Cakes, Sweets,

Hand Made Cards, Bottles and Jars,  

Knitted Goods, Plants and more:-

Refreshments: CAFÉ,

Entrance by Donations

We give our thanks to Rebecca Ryland our Rose Queen who will be retiring from her position and handing over the reins to Zoe Kelly who is to be crowned this year’s Rose Queen. Her first duty will be to open our Summer Fair at 12.00 noon.  A big “Thank you” to Pat Killey who has organized this important aspect of the proceedings.

The Guides will be in charge of the ‘Café’ where you will be able to enjoy an ‘Afternoon Tea’. There will also  be an outside Barbeque

The Mothers’ Union will also be running our very popular, Home-made ‘Cake Stall’. Donations of Cakes, Home-made Jams and Pickles will be most gratefully received on the Morning of the Fair.

If you are able to help advertise our Fair there are leaflets to be delivered house to house in the roads of our Parish, and also posters which can be displayed in houses or shop windows.

Christian Aid

This year’s Christian Aid Week was a massive success and thanks to everyone who helped out and contributed.

Our Big Brekkie and table sale was great fun and over 100 people called in and bought from the tables, chatted and enjoyed Joan and the gangs’ delicious breakfasts. Over £300 was raised during the event. Special thanks to everyone who delivered leaflets advertising this event and especially Barbara Wallace who took all the remaining leaflets.

On Pentecost Sunday we had a soup and sandwich lunch – with a few of Daphne’s delicious cakes too – and we watched a couple of films about the work of Christian Aid and enjoyed a time of fellowship. Over £100 was raised at the same time.

Our envelope collection raised £240 and our grand total for Christian Aid Week was £655 - thank you for your generosity and please do keep looking at www.christianaid.org.uk   to see how your gift is changing lives every day.

Vacancy News

All Saints is currently in vacancy and we have a brilliant team working hard to keep everything going. Our PCC has written a profile that will be available soon and we hope to advertise and interview for a new vicar this summer.
 




The Church Wardens, P.C.C. and members

of St Helen Hollinfare

Invite The Congregation of

               All Saints’, Stoneycroft                

To the licencing of the Revd. Arthur Cooper 

By the Rt. Revd. Geoff Pearson

St. Helen Hollinfare, Hollins Green WA3 6LL

7.30pm Monday 25th June 2018

Refreshments served in the Community Hall                      after the service

 

Directions off M6 at Junction 21 follow sign for Irlam A57 Manchester Rd about 2 miles go through the traffic lights by Holly Bank Caravan Park, take next left signed Hollins Green up the main street past the Old Red Lion pub. The church is at the top of the Road on your left opposite the Black Swan Hotel and Community Hall; parking on Community Hall car park.


 











 









Do parts of the Bible still feel a bit of a mystery? and you feel you would like to get to grips with it, but haven't got much time to join in with groups ?

try a new resource of  provoking videos from UCCF. You can watch any time, day or night, and if you like it , you can get a book to go with it.

 http://uncover.org.uk/



Uncover is an examination of the evidence about the life and purpose of Jesus Christ. Hope you find it challenging and helpful.






 










We like to get together for fun and friendship  









  Our Oakhill Room opened  April 2013  

 

Inside the Oakhill Room, a wonderful fully accessible multi purpose space. There is seating for 40, useful projector/ screen, sound system, loop system, lots of space for Guides/ Scouts/ Messy church activities, with its own mini kitchen area, toilets and wheelchair access. and available for outside hire. A wonderful addition to our church complex.


          Christian Aid  is an International Development Charity. We work with people of all faiths, and none, to eradicate poverty and injustice



We have recently added some new songs to our Worship page with links to You Tube and websites, with a range of songs hymns and styles.




We hope it will help you to worship at home on your computer or smart phone. Do share it with others and let us know what  other inspiring songs and hymns you would like to includ




 

  Learning  more about our faith?


‘The New Community’  weekly course has finished, but talk to Arthur, or any of the church leaders if you would like to join up with a future group.

A great way to explore  our faith together,  ways of praying, finding hope and purpose in today's challenging World, living out our faith.


  The new Community meetings






Challenging poverty and injustice web page added to our website


We hope to develop this section  and would value ideas .together everyone achieves more as partners


                  Christian Aid  &  North Liverpool Foodbank


Would you like to make us aware of other groups or campaigns that want to make a difference, locally or across the World?


















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