Compline (evening prayer - traditional setting) Monday to Saturday live online at 9pm
All orders of service are now on the church website, under Home, Worship Services and click on the button you need. Instructions on how to access the Daily Prayer app are also on that page.
Remembrance Day Services
The annual Remembrance Day Service will be on Sunday 8 November, with a short mass at 10am, followed by the Civic ceremony at the War Memorial by the ponds which is by Council invitation only, owing to the current restrictions. We plan to livestream both events.
But the church is still open for private prayer
The sign will be out and the North and South doors open on Tuesday to Friday from 10.30 till 3.30pm
So if you need a quiet space to sit and pray, have a time of spiritual reflection or light a candle for a loved one during these very difficult times, our doors are open for you
Our new range of Christmas & Greetings Cards is now on sale - through the website shop or in church. There is an option to pick them up from church (free) or through the post at the online check out.
All cards are blank for your own message, but give details of the history of each of the images - fascinating stuff if you haven't already had a church tour!
If you want help or more information, email or call the church office: 07402 662 362
You may also notice the new Service booking page. When the church is open for public worship again, you will be able to book a seat or a pew using that form! This will be very useful at Christmas I think... Advent Fair 11-3pm Saturday 6 December
This is currently under review - we hope to be able to hold a small fair on the Saturday but won't know till the government make an announcement at the end of the month. There will be updates...
Jazz in the Night
This event is also under review but we are prayerfully confident it will happen in December! Watch out for more news.
If you give to the church using contactless, your Gift Aid contribution can now be collected on each donation. Just follow the instructions above - (it's really very simple, even I had no problem) - and you can keep track through your account page.
Then, whenever you tap the GoodBox terminal to donate here at All Saints, (or any other charity collection point, museums being a case in point), your 25% Gift Aid will be claimed from HMRC and passed to the charity concerned. If you are a taxpayer, please sign up! Isn't technology wonderful, and in this instance, also very cute...
Other painfree ways of giving...
You can help raise money for the church through https://smile.amazon.co.uk/. For every pound you spend on Amazon, the church gets a donation of 0.5%.
Although you will be prompted to login on Amazon Smile, you can use your normal login details (and your normal delivery address billing details & prime membership are automatically available).
Please remember that the Church’s full name for charity law purposes is: The Parochial Church Council Of The Ecclesiastical Parish Of All Saints, Carshalton.
And if what you want isn't on Amazon, you'll find that easyfundraising have arrangements with a huge range of retailers - including John Lewis & Marks & Spencer. If you set up their auto-prompt facility you will be amazed at just how many retailers are part of the scheme. Donations are small but every little counts!
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