All Saints’ Appley Bridge is a small and welcoming Church of England Church. Whether you are confident in your faith, or wanting to explore more, there is a place for you here in our Christian family.
You can find out more details about forthcoming services from our services page and other events from our coming soon page and the calendar which we share with Christ Church, Parbold.
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Sunday 23rd September
10.45 am Holy Communion with Rev’d John Mountain leading and presiding and Barbara Long from Christ Church talking about Mercy Rescue, a hope for abandoned babies in Kitale Kenya which we have supported in the past. For more details about Mercy Rescue, check out their website. https://www.mercyrescue.co.uk/
10.45 am Church for Kids Super Sunday and first meeting of Kids for Church – Our New Teenagers’ group.
Wednesday 26th September – Cafe Evening with Archdeacon Michael Everett
Archdeacon Michael Everett, an old friend of Appley Bridge All Saints and a very engaging speaker, will be our guest at this Cafe Evening. He has recently visited an orphanage in Peru and will be talking about the experience.We gather informally found tables, chat and listen to our speaker. It will be a great evening – please join us.
Sunday 30th September – Harvest Service
10.45 am All Age Harvest Service including Holy Communion with Rev’d Sue Timmins presiding. Please bring gifts of fresh or packaged food to this service.
1) Fresh items of food will be auctioned at our Harvest Supper on 1st October with all proceeds sent to the Bishop’s Harvest Appeal supporting agricultural projects in Sierra Leone and Brazil www.blackburn.anglican.org/bishop-julian-s-harvest-appeal-2018.
2) And non-perishable goods for The Brick charity in Wigan who work with the homeless, in poverty or facing debt www.thebrick.org.uk/.
The Brick would love tinned food such as meat, fish, vegetables, soup and puddings, or dry food such as cereal, pasta and rice. Also other food items and household essentials such as sauce mixes, biscuits, tea bags, coffee, longlife milk, formula milk, nappies and toiletries (toothpaste, soup, shampoo, deodorant).
Harvest Supper Monday 1st October 7.15pm at All Saints C of E Primary School.
This is a charity fund raising event and a fun, fellowship evening. It will involve a quiz, a fish and chip supper and an auction of fresh produce with proceeds going the Bishop’s Harvest Appeal. Bring you own drinks and glasses. Tea and coffee will also be served.
Tickets costing £7.00 will be on sale in church (please see Debbie Leyland) or they can be reserved by email at email@example.com
Sunday 7th October
10.45 am Worship First – Godparents’ Sunday with Readers Diane and Sara.
6.30 pm Service of Light