All Saints is a large place of worship set in the midst of a green area known as Victoria Square. It is a centre for worship and mission in the local area.
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Messy church is back today! Come and hide from the rain! 4pm in the church.
Join us at 1pm today for a free concert, with music performed by talented young ensemble Blackweir Brass from the RWCMD.
Tomorrow is Music Monday! Blackweir Brass from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama perform at 1pm. Free entrance, all welcome, teas and coffees provided.
We welcome Blackweir Brass - five talented young musicians from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama - to our lunchtime concert series on Monday 8th May at 1pm.
Concert 3 of our free Music @ Lunchtime series tomorrow. Children welcome!
Don't forget Messy Church is today at 4!
Hi again everyone, Sorry, arrangements have changed for the 10am Palm Sunday service at St Augustine’s this Sunday. Unfortunately I’ve been informed the St Augustine’s parish hall is no longer available to us, so we don’t have anywhere to run a Sunday School session as such. However children of all ages will be very welcome to attend the service – there is a creche space with toys etc. within the church, and Anthea and I will have activities available for the children of Sunday School age on tables at the back of the church. Hope to see many of you there! Mel x
A message from Mel... Just to make sure you are all aware, there will be no 10 am service at All Saints this Sunday (9th) as we are having a joint Palm Sunday service at St Augustine’s. We will be running Sunday School as usual during the service, but as there are no separate rooms at St A’s we will be walking the children down to their church hall on Albert Road for the session, and then back to the church for communion. On that subject, if you and your child(ren) have decided you would like them to start taking communion, there will be a further opportunity to prepare for this on Sunday afternoon before Messy Church - or just to find out what’s involved, if you haven’t made a firm decision as yet. Peter and/or Sandra will be available for a preparation session (discussing the meaning of communion, practising taking the bread and wine etc.) starting at 3.15pm in the Lady Chapel. It would be great if all the children who wish to are able to confidently participate at the communion table at Easter! And on THAT subject, if you aren’t going away over Easter, don’t miss the special services that weekend, including: Good Friday at 10am – interactive service for children (but all are welcome!), followed by hot cross buns & other refreshments upstairs Easter Saturday at 7pm – service of light and sound (suitable for all ages, a particularly lovely service IMHO) Easter Day at 10am – Easter Celebration for all ages (including Holy Communion, and possibly some chocolate 😊) Hope to see you all soon, Mel x
Hi everyone, Sorry for the short notice, but if you and your child(ren) have decided you would like them to start taking communion, or if you would just like to understand better what it will involve, there will be a further opportunity to do so TOMORROW before Messy Church. Just come along before the normal start of Messy Church – Peter will be available for a preparation session (discussing the meaning of communion, practising taking the bread and wine etc.) starting at 3.15pm in the Lady Chapel. Many thanks, Mel
At Messy Church on Sunday we'll be thinking about 'Mothers and Others' and the effect that other people have on shaping our lives. And ahead of Mothering Sunday (26th March in case you need reminding!) we'll be making a mug and mug cosy as well as a heart hanging decoration to share with the special people in your life. Please come and join us from 4pm-5.30pm at All Saints Church, Victoria Square to get hands on with our activities, celebrate our stories of Mothers and Others and share in our Messy Meal. We hope to see you there! Emma