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Parish inspection - Tuesday 26th November

Parish inspection – Tuesday 26th November

This had faint echoes of an Ofsted inspection, focussing on the paperwork but also giving time to understanding our mission plans. Jim Tucker (Lay Chair) and Sally Lynch (Associate Area Dean) were pleased with the paperwork and are both supportive of our current work for God describing it as an “inspirational visit” reporting:"We could not fail to be impressed by the extent of outreach activity at All Saints, in which you engage with many sections of the community, including those in need. You are to be congratulated on the extent to which the building is put to community use, all ... Read More
Shower room for homeless- diocesan grant success!

Shower room for homeless- diocesan grant success!

We have received a grant of £1,980 towards the cost of building a new shower and washroom at All Saints to give our homeless guests a chance to clean both themselves and their clothes! Now we have to find somewhere to put it! ... Read More
Share with us at Christmas

Share with us at Christmas

Come and share with us at one (or more) of our Christmas Services: 15th Dec - Service of Light at 4pm 22nd Dec - 9 Lessons & Carols @ 7pm 24th Dec - Christingle Services @ 4pm and 6pm 24th Dec - Midnight mass @ 11.30pm 25th Dec - Christmas Morning Celebration @ 10am ... Read More
Peacelight Service

Peacelight Service

Peacelight Service – St Edwards Catholic Church, Alma Road, Windsor Canon David and the Catholic community of Windsor extend a warm invitation to the PeaceLight Service on Friday 20 December at 18.30 at St Edwards Church. This will be a quiet service of song, reading & prayer reflecting on the PeaceLight that has travelled from Bethlehem and across Europe to Windsor. Everyone is welcome. Please bring a candle and/or lantern so that you may take the light home with you to share with friends, family and neighbours ... Read More
Light up a life service

Light up a life service

Join us for our ‘Light up a Life’ service at 4.00 on the 15th December. You can write a message in memory of your loved one, light a special candle, sing traditional Christmas Carols and even eat a mince pie (or three). It would be lovely to see you and you would be warmly welcome.
Donations to Thames Hospice ... Read More
All Saints Wine 2019 - Grape picking

All Saints Wine 2019 – Grape picking

Thursday 27th September was a good day for 2019, as a wonderful team of skilled church members carefully picked the grapes that have grown so well at church. Picking and pressing the red grapes made a magnificent 52 litres of juice. A low sugar content was measured resulting in only 8% alcohol so more sugar will be added to raise this a little. Most will be our communion wine when fermented and matured ... Read More
New Bank account for All Saints

New Bank account for All Saints

All regular givers to the church are requested to take note of the following important information. We have just opened our new account with Metro Bank. Please read the important information on what "YOU" NEED TO DO NEXT ... Read More
Emergency food bank

Emergency food bank

The help hub relies on your generous donations of food in order to be able to help and provide for local individuals and families. Food and essential provisions are pre-packed up and bags are passed on to those who are in urgent need. To find out how you can help ... Read More
Save the date... More than a Shelter

Save the date… More than a Shelter

It's not too early to start thinking about how you might serve the homeless this coming winter. Please open this post to find out more and how you can get involved ... Read More
Olivia Graham named Bishop of Reading

Olivia Graham named Bishop of Reading

15 July 2019 – the Queen has approved the appointment of the Venerable Olivia Graham, the Archdeacon of Berkshire, as the next Bishop of Reading. The Bishop of Oxford announced the news during a visit to Ranelagh School in Bracknell, where students had an opportunity to ask Olivia questions. Their visit was followed by a reception at Reading Minster. Responding to today’s announcement, Olivia said; “I am delighted and energised to have been called to an episcopal role. It is a tremendous opportunity to bring together my passions for the Church and the wider world – for example to be ... Read More

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