Special Events

There is a lot going on at All Saints - and we would love to see you at one of our events! On the 'What's On' page you can find an overview of dates for your diary. Other events are listed below: 

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.


Prayer 2020

Pray in 2020 on the 20th of each month at 20:20 for 20 minutes. Pray... that God will give many opportunities to speak about Christ (Colossians 4:3 NLT). 2020 is such a significant year and Prayer 2020 is a key part of the year. Churches and ministries are working together for an intentional, strategic and Spirit-filled year of mission across the UK called Advance 2020. HOPE Together is one of the major partners alongside many others.

Monday 20th January 2020

Father, as we start Prayer 2020, we ask that this year we will carry your light into every place we go and share your good news with those we meet. May we walk and work in unity to reveal your love and goodness (John 8:12). 


Healing in the Steps of Jesus’

Guildford Diocesan Healing Conference 1st February 2020  10am – 4pm at Guildford Cathedral. Join Guildford Diocese and Acorn Christian Healing Foundation for what promises to be an excellent day of teaching, sharing, worship and healing prayer. Sharing with us over the day will be keynote speakers Bishop James Newcome (Bishop of Carlisle), and Rev Paul Harcourt (National Leader of New Wine), plus professionals speaking on Emotional Wellbeing, Nurturing the Mental Health of Children and Young People, and Disability. The day concludes with a service of healing and prayer led by Bishop Andrew Watson. Open to all wanting to explore the Christian healing ministry. Information and tickets can be found at www.acornchristian.org  Refreshments are provided although please bring a packed lunch. Plenty of free, onsite parking.