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Notices - 20/07/2014

REV’D MANDY, GLYNN, AMELIA AND OSCAR’S TRIP TO “HANDS@WORK”, SOUTH AFRICA – thank you for your generosity of spirit and financial support which has enabled us make this visit on behalf of All Saints. Please pray for us as we leave on 31 July. The itinerary for the trip is on the notice board. If you would like to follow our blog you can at:- or read the Hands@Work website for more details at

TANZANIA CHARITY FOR TEACHERS – Chloe Hyatt would like to say thank you for raising £28.29 by buying loom bands and donating money for her teacher’s charity, which trains African young people to become teachers.

PCC MINUTES of 24th June – minutes are on the notice board in the hall. A number of important decisions were taken to grow the ministry and mission of the Church. One of which is to re-designate the use of the Meeting Room as a Prayer Room. This will become a quiet space after services and during the week for prayer and quite conversations. The room is to be re-decorated and refurbished over the summer. As part of this process the storage space will be reviewed. Please talk to the Wardens if you wish to find out more, thank you.

FOOD BANK – the PCC has agreed that All Saints will become a collecting point for a local food bank. This means that we will collect food to be taken to a distribution point in another church, near Streetly. More details of this project, to help those in poverty will follow.                                                         Rev’d Mandy

ALL SAINTS’ PRAYER DIARY – we’re planning to develop a prayer diary, to help us to pray for one another and our community.  Please let Rev’d Mandy know if you’re not on the electoral roll and would like to be included in the diary or if you are, and you’d like to opt out!

INTERNSHIP– Thank you if have offered to help. I invite you to pray for those of us involved in this process of discernment. Thank you Rev’d Mandy

MU OUTING TO HEREFORD – re-scheduled for Monday 4th August. The coach will leave the church car park at 9.15 am, so please be there for 9.00 am. 

CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL – are you willing to make some homemade Christmas gifts to sell at the festival? If you are able to help, please talk to Daphne Lane or Yvonne Calogirou.



You yourselves are our letter, written on our hearts, to be known and read by all; and you show that you are a letter of Christ, prepared by us, written not with ink but with the Spirit of the living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts.”

2 Corinthians 3, 2-3



Pentecost Sunday falls this year on Sunday 8 June. Many people, including Christians, may not know why the day is so special or what is celebrated. Unlike Easter and Christmas, when colourful eggs, Easter bunnies, Christmas trees and Santa Claus are heralds of the upcoming Christian holidays, there are no such social markers by secular society ahead of Pentecost.

Pentecost is a great and joyful celebration;


Service Times

Sunday 8:00 - Eucharist.

Sunday 9:30 - Parish Eucharist.

Sunday 11:00 - A Service For All Ages.

Sunday 18:00 - Evensong (first Sunday of the month), Compline (second and fourth Sunday of the month), Taize (third Sunday of the month), Songs of Praise (fifth Sunday of the month).

Monday 19:00 - Eucharist.

Tuesday 10:00 - Eucharist.


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