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Welcome to All Saints' Church

In light of current Government guidance our church worship is limited.  Further information...

ENCOUNTER

6:00pm SUNDAY 16th MAY

We explore more deeply the last two Pathways of our current All Saints' sermon series on the theme of 'Sacred Pathways' with short videos from Gary Thomas, the author of the 'Sacred Pathways' book.

The evenings include worship and prayer as well as discussion.

Further information here.

New courses starting in April

The Bible Course (Last chance to join this week)

Big, complex, old … just some of the words people use to describe the Bible. Sound familiar? That’s where The Bible Course comes in. 

Beginning Monday 26th April. Further information is available here.


The Bereavement Journey Course (Last chance to join this week)

This course is for anyone who is bereaved, whether recently or dating back several years.

Beginning Thursday 29th April. Further information is available here.

PRAYING FOR YOUR COMMUNITY

All Saints’ is launching “Praying for your Community” in which you are invited to pray, not only for the parish which we serve as a church, but also to pray for the area where you live.

In addition, you are also invited to pray regularly for up to 5 of your neighbours, both for any known needs, and if they are not Christians, to pray that they may want to find out more about Jesus. Further information and latest update here.

THIS WEEK'S CHURCH NOTICES

This week's Church Notice sheet is now available here as a PDF with the news for What's On in the weeks ahead.


If you are coming to any of our services in Church, please remember to call or email the office to book your place. It is so helpful to have this in advance. Thank you!

CHURCH OPEN FOR PRAYER

We can only use the Church once on Sunday and we must close it for 3 days before and after for cleaning. This means that the Church will only open on Wednesday for individual prayer.

Please follow and read the notices inside, to adhere to the safety guidelines. Use the disabled door pad to open the door on the outside, ideally with your elbow, to avoid chances of cross-transmission. Thank you for those who have prepared Church and for filling in the right forms. Full details here.

WELCOME TO THE EDY FAMILY!

Welcome to Dale and Hannah, Josiah, Talia, Jeremiah, Elijah and Micah Edy!


Dale will be spearheading the Youth, Children and Families work here at All Saints'.

PRAYERS OF HOPE - 6:00pm TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS

Following the request to pray for our nation from the Archbishops,  Prayers of Hope will be live as ZOOM meetings TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS at 6:00pm (lasts about 30 minutes).

Further information here.

9am live Communion Service

Said Holy Communion service at 9am each Sunday in Church.

10:30am live Worship Service

The 10.30 service will be held in Church along with the usual Zoom meeting before and after the service, opening at 10.15am ready for the 10.30am live stream.

CLICK THE JOIN ZOOM LINK.

The service will be live streamed via YouTube as this is the recommended way to watch the service with the highest quality. If you are not sure, join the Zoom meeting for further information!

CLICK THE JOIN YOUTUBE LINK. (for 10:30am 16th May)

If you are coming to any of our services in Church, please ensure that you call or email the office to book your place.

Recorded Worship Service

Our 10:30am Sunday Services have been live and partly recorded. So it will be uploaded a few hours after the live service.

Here's the latest uploaded service...

10:30am Sunday Worship 2nd May 2021

Reverend Charlie Boyle preaches on the 'Ascetics' Sacred Pathway.


Click on the image below to view the service.

Our recorded services are available in our Online Worship Library

FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION FROM ALL SAINTS' PLEASE SEE OUR TWITTER AND FACEBOOK FEEDS BELOW

ONLINE WORSHIP LIBRARY

Our online Sunday Worship events are now collated into a Library for you to use and enjoy again whenever you like. Click the button below to explore.

VIRTUAL CHURCH OFFICE

Our Church Office is open Monday to Friday 9:30-12:30.

Please remember that we are currently operating a Virtual Office and so we may not be able to answer your phone call immediately. If you leave a message we will get back to you as soon as possible. You can also email us at allsaintsbh13@gmail.com

  • We are an evangelical Anglican Parish Church

    in Branksome Park, Poole with worshipping congregations and activities for all ages.
  • Our aim is to be a welcoming, prayerful, Christ-centred community. A church that cares for each other and the local environment, showing God's love by serving our community and the wider world.
  • Our purpose is to be Christ-like and point people to Jesus.
  • Our vision is to be a Christian family of all ages and stages of faith, embracing the local community; a place of faith and hope; a place to grow in discipleship of Jesus; a springboard to mission.


Click here for our recent Vision Statement.

SAFEGUARDING

All Saints' Church takes its responsibilities surrounding the safeguarding of children, young people, and adults who may be at risk very seriously, and works in partnership with the Diocese of Salisbury to ensure that we work in accordance with best practice at all times.

Contacts: If you have any Safeguarding questions or concerns you can contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer,

Rosemary Griffiths on 01202 515888 or 07739 663570

Email rag2010@hotmail.co.uk  Alternatively you can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser Suzy Futcher, on 07500 664800 or Jem Carter on 07469 857888. Further information at: https://www.salisbury.anglican.org/parishes/safeguarding

Weekends and out of hours call 0303 0031111.

Click here to download a copy of our Safeguarding 2019

OUR CHURCH WORSHIP IS CURRENTLY LIMITED

In light of the Government guidance around non-essential contact due to Coronavirus, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued advice that public worship is limited in what we can do. All Saints' will be following this advice and will be operating as a virtual church, online, and limited in church services. See above.  When the Church is open it will be in compliance with the current guidelines, as reflected in the Church Risk Assessment.