Vicar's Letter - July 2020 

Thank You from Fiona

Cream Tea Saturday 

Thank you so much to everyone who came and supported our cream tea take away. We made over 110 cream teas and raised over £500. It was wonderful to see so many of you over the fence and great to have a final event to mark Fiona's time in charge. Honeycomb would never have got off the ground without Fiona's vision, courage and delicious baking skills. We are going to miss her a lot when they do move at the end of the summer. 

The team had lunch together yesterday and were able to present Fiona with all of her gifts:


APCM & Electoral Roll

Our annual church meeting is on Sunday 29th March 2020 at 4pm. We begin with worship and formal business and we conclude with tea and a review of the year! All are welcome – children and adults, the business part should not last too long!
If you are not currently on the Electoral Roll and you either live in the parish or have been regularly attending worship in the parish for at least six months, then now is the time to sign up. You need to be on the ER to stand for PCC and to vote at the APCM.
There are sign-up sheets in church for food contributions for the tea.

Here you can find the reports ahead of the meeting:

  1. APCM 2020 Agenda
  2. APCM 2020 Written Report
  3. All Saints Financial Report

If you have any questions, please email them to Rev Sue by Wednesday 25th March so that she can give full answers at the meeting.

Hope to see you all on the 29th!

Invitation from SEASONS café

(next to Guildford Cathedral, Stag Hill, Guildford)

We are running an event called “Time for a cuppa” and we will be raising money for dementia UK.   There will be a tea and cake stall, Tombola, Bottle bola and a couple of craft stalls. Everyone is welcome. Date – Tuesday 3rd March, Time 2.30pm – 4.30pm

The King’s Storeroom

Graham, who used to run CLC in Tolworth, has opened a bookshop in The Richard Mayo Centre in Kingston. Graham can be contacted by phone on 0208 3905400 or email

A Christmas - Thank You!!

xmas doorThank you so much to everyone who worked so hard over the Christmas period, what a brilliant time we had. We began with the St Ebba’s Nativity, then the workshop, Christingle, cafe nativity, quiet communion, carol singing at the club, carol singing at St Ebba’s, our carol service, No Room at the Igloo, late night communion, then Christmas Day and finally our NYE party!
I am so grateful to every single one of you. It began with those who delivered all our leaflets and then continued with people who organised services, read readings, prayed prayers, led the music, played in the bands, sang their hearts out, built igloos, conjured up incredible crafts, served teas, created beautiful flower displays, heated the mulled wine, acted in our plays, hosted the services and generally all pulled together. What an incredible team we make. Thank you to all of you who gave up your time and energy and sacrificed time with friends and families to make it all happen. All of it of course made possible by God who sustained us, inspired us and brought people to all of our services.
Following our collections we were able to send £200 to the Children’s Society and we collected about £1300 for MERU which the church made up to £1500. 
Finally, a personal thank you for your many kind messages, cards and beautiful gifts. I was overwhelmed by your kindness and generosity.
Happy New Year to each and every one of you, I am praying God blesses and guides us into more adventures together in 2020.


Anniversary letter from Rev Sue

Three year ago Rev Sue became the Vicar of All Saints. Here is her 'anniversary letter':


Eco Church Bronze Award

We are thrilled to announce that All Saints has just been awarded the Eco Church Bronze Award for our efforts to become a more eco-friendly church. It is so important to we recognise our responsibility for God creation and becoming an Eco Church is the first step towards this. If you would like to read more about the Eco Church idea, please click here. Fantastic news indeed - but of course we won't stop there!


For more APCM news and the full report click here.

Congregation 2019

2020 Vision Launch

card 2020

We are excited to have launched our new 2-year vision plan on January 13th. If you want to know about where we are heading and what is guiding us, you can find out more on the Vision 2020 link. You can also listen to Rev Sue's talk, which you can find here.

Forthcoming Events in March





Sun 1st


 Worship Space


Mon 2nd


 Sweaty Church


Mon 2nd


 PCC Meeting


Tues 3rd


 Prayer meeting at 27 Fulford Road


Fri 13th


 Games Night in the Community Hall


Sun 15th


 St Ebba’s – Cakes & Crafts


Tues 17th


 Prayer Meeting at 27 Fulford Road


Wed 18th


 Getting Crafty


Wed 25th


 Cake and Company


Fri 27th


 Games Night in the Community Hall


Tues 31st


 Prayer meeting at 27 Fulford Road


*if you need further information regarding the location of an event, please contact the Church Office or Rev Sue and they will be happy to provide additional details.

We are looking forward to seeing you at one of our many activities and events!