At All Saints we pray and worship in many different ways. On this page you will find links and resources to a more contemplative and sometime traditional way of praying. This is a rich tradition that has been used for hundreds of years.
During this time when we have to be socially distance from one another we can take comfort in knowing that we are praying with others.
This page include prayers and services each day. There is also an App that you can use on your phone at the bottom of the page.
Has lots of program and is live all the time
Thoughts from members of All Saints on how to pray from the perspective of heaven. New content most days.
Over the coming weeks we will also be creating more homegrown content. If there is something you would particularly like, then let us know. These could be lonely times, but we don’t need to be alone. If you need to be connected with the All Saints Care Network, then please contact Mandy or Penny.
Service will be available from 08:00hrs on Sunday 31 May 2020
Our Sanctuary Service for this week has words and music that explore the Ascension of Jesus.
There will be uplifting music, prayers led by someone looking remarkably like Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, a reading from Bev Harris, a talk from Mark Searle and led by Tom Peryer.
Available from 08:00hrs on Sunday 10 May 2020 please join us for this service. You can look forward to images of the sea, beautiful glasswork and reflections on being ‘Living Stones’ and chosen.
Wes Poirot will be speaking on The Hope of Heaven and Holiness on Earth as we carry on exploring Peter’s first letter and how it speaks to us today.
Sung by Pam Wendzina, this song has been set to pictures showing our caring NHS and Care Home staff working through the coronavirus pandemic
Sarah Couchman is leading the service with Mark Searle speaking and a number of other members of our church family participating.
All the videos from the way of the cross
We have received a great co-mission, but we don’t have to do it alone.
This Sunday's service is led by Tom Peryer with Mark Searle giving the talk.
Jesus is alive and this changes everything
Walking the Way of the Cross - From Gethsemane to the Tomb.
Reflection from Sarah and Resources
Part six of The Way of the Cross.
Part Five of The Way of the Cross.
A selection of reflective songs of worship.
Tom Peryer leads us in this Sanctuary Service for Palm Sunday
Part four of The Way of the Cross.
This is a simple service for you to join in at home.
A small collection of worship songs and hymns to help you worship from home.
The 3rd part of The Way of the Cross
In Christ Alone sung by a virtual choir
Tom has compiled this prayer booklet
The church may be locked but the church is not closed!
How do you find peace in a broken world?
How do you respond to surprises?