Christmas Eve 2020
Many thanks to everyone who attended our outdoor Covid safe Christingle service outside All Saints’ C of E School on 13th December 2020. Special thanks to DJ Danny who donated his services to help us once again and , to Mr Hunter who did so much of the excellent organising.
It was a super special drive in or walk in service where we remembered that Jesus is the light of the world.
The collection was in aid of the Church of England Children’s Society
We had a super-sunny outdoor harvest service on Sunday 27th September 2020 on All Saints’ School Field 😎
We were blessed with wonderful weather and a great turnout for our outdoor harvest service. Food donations were sent to the The Brick Foodbank and cash is being collected for Christian Aid – we were sharing with others as a way of thanking God for all He has given us.
Big thanks to Mrs Dunn and the governors of All Saints’ School for letting us use the field and to DJ Danny who donated his services to help us.
Pipe Cleaner Challenge
Contributors to our harvest pipe cleaner challenge ranged in age from 5 – 79! As part of Sunday’s outstanding outdoor harvest service, we made things that we wanted to thank God for. A few folk added comments for clarification including Raffy Hall’s mum who told us he’s grateful for family, including dogs and the Mapple Family whose creations included children, flowers, fish, hearts, the world and Christiano Ronaldo!! (The CR7 one) We certainly thank God for all of you!
Christian service in the community during the coronavirus crisis
One of our Readers, Sara Ashley, is also a part- time GP, but she has been working extra hours during the coronavirus crisis.
Kelvin Burgoyne a well-known artist and All Saints’ Church member who painted the lovely portrait below writes: ‘Artists are now painting their heroes and here is mine from All Saints’ Appley Bridge. Doctor Sarah Ashley you’re marvellous’
Big Brekkie 29th February 2020
The display in the photos below was in church to show people how the money raised for Christian Aid will benefit the farmers of Malawi by continuing their pigeon pea project.
Many thanks to all those who came and helped and took part in at the Big Breakfast. A fabulous £520 was raised.