UPDATE 21/3/20: Please note on the recommendation of our national churches, that all our buildings are currently closed to use by the public. Together as a nation we join with the global inictiave to combat the virus. Please find the latest advice on our facebook page and at. https://www.methodist.org.uk/about-us/coronavirus-guidance/
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In terms of congregations, All Saint’s is a relatively new one. Our building was only built in 1967, but now into our forties we have just over 100 members who are a welcoming bunch. Most of our members live in Newton Hall or the surrounding area but we have been visited from every continent of the world at some time or another. What binds us together is a love for All Saints, a dependence on God and the desire to help show His great love to all those we meet and have contact with.
All Saints is an LEP, (Local Ecumenical Partnership). In short this means that it is both part of the Anglican Church and also the Methodist Church, (see the bottom of this page for links to our parent organisations). This influence of multi-denominations, reflects throughout the life of the church offering a wide mix in styles of worship and activities.
As a congregation, we have close links with a number of the local schools and other organisations in particular Blue Coat Church of England School.
At All Saints we aim to provide a variety of worship so that everyone can find something that helps them worship and connect with God. Whatever the style or time of worship at its heart is our desire to worship and give praise to God who loves us, to deepen our spirituality and give space for reflection and prayer.view More
Of course church doesn’t only happen on Sundays! The church building is in use every day of the week for various activities and groups. If no contact details are given for an activity please contact All Saints Church via the contacts page.view More