All Saints’ Appley Bridge is a small and welcoming Church of England Church. We seek to share God’s love with our community. 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. Click here to see our welcome leaflet.
To find out hiring our church premises for events / meetings etc. please see our downloads page
Sunday 15th September
10.15 am Holy Communion with Rev’d Peter Massey will be preaching and presiding and Reader Sara will be leading.
Church for Kids for children of four years and over returns with a new programme after the summer break.
Sunday 22nd September
10.15 am All Age Harvest Service including Holy Communion with Rev’d Sue Timmins and Reader Diane. There will be lots of activities for young people.
Monday 23rd September 7.30 pm Harvest Supper in All Saints’ C of E Primary School Hall Doors open at 7:00pm (Quiz starts at 7:30pm prompt)
Tickets £7.00 available from: email@example.com
This is great annual event when we will enjoy a quiz, a raffle, food and social time together. The supper will be baked potatoes with a variety of filings.
Several charities will benefit from this event.
Catering will be by Fur Clemt (The Wigan based food and cafe project, which aims to tackle food waste) This worthwhile cause will benefit from payment for their services.
The Oaks food bank in Skelmersdale will receive donations of non-perishable food given at the church and school harvest services and assemblies.
We will also auction our perishable harvest produce for the Christian Aid harvest appeal. The proceeds from the raffle and from the tickets will go to Christian Aid.
Promoting A Safer Church
At All Saints’ we have a robust and thorough approach to the protection of young people and vulnerable adults. As a parish, we have adopted the House of Bishops’ ‘Promoting a Safer Church’ policy and the Parish Safeguarding Handbook, incorporating the House of Bishop’s Safeguarding Policy and Practice Guidance.
Our PCC has formally adopted this and signed the Safeguarding Policy Statement Promoting a Safer Church which can be downloaded below
Details of our parish safeguarding officer can be found in our ‘Safeguarding in our Parish – who’s who’ which can be downloaded below
We have also displayed the Promoting a Safer Church poster prominently within our church this can also be downloaded below
All those working with children and adults at risk have undergone safer recruitment, received safeguarding training and support.
Click Here to see more about safeguarding, find out how to report a concern and for further helpful information.