What I Believe and Why I Follow
Reflections on the Christian Journey of Faith
The leader of each session will start by sharing their own insights and experience of the Christian faith. Together, we will consider the factors that brought us to belief in Christ, and the things that sustain us on our Christian journey.
Each session will have a variety of activities including short presentations, group discussions and time for questions. We will use the Bible, literature, music and art to prompt reflections on what the journey of faith might mean for each of us.
We look forward to exploring our Christian journeys together. Do come along. All are welcome.
The sessions will run twice each week:
– Monday evenings, 8.00-9.00pm (coffee and biscuits from 7.45pm)
– Wednesday mornings, approx. 10.30-11.30am (after the midweek Eucharist)
Week 2: Monday 2nd and Wednesday 4th March: the lay readers
Week 3: Monday 9th and Wednesday 11th March: the lay readers
Week 4: Monday 16th and Wednesday 18th March: Fr Kevin
Week 5: Monday 23rd and Wednesday 25th March: Fr Kevin
For all services and events during Lent, Holy Week and Easter, please click on the link below:
Don’t just give up, but do something extra this Lent and make a difference to someone’s life.
The Charities Committee has come up with a list of suggestions for things that you might do as part of your Lenten journey – or of course you may have your own brilliant idea.
Click on the link below for a list of ideas….
Soup Kitchen Winter Warmer Challenge
Here’s how it works:
- Invite friends, neighbours or colleagues for a ‘Soup Kitchen’ meal
- Ask your guests to make a donation to SPEAR
- Provide a simple meal and some warm hospitality
- Pass your guests’ donations to All Hallows for SPEAR
You can host your event any time before the end of February.
Our Event Host Pack provides recipe suggestions, ideas for your event, information about SPEAR and homelessness, an invitation you can adapt and send to your guests and Gift Aid forms.
Contact the Parish Office to find out more and to collect your Event Host Pack: 020 8241 2345 or firstname.lastname@example.org
From 21st February to the 1st August, the Twickenham Museum is holding an exhibition on the historic moving of All Hallows Church from Lombard Street in the City of London to it’s current position on the Chertsey Road, Twickenham. This event will show photos, maps and other pieces of interest about the history of All Hallows Church surrounding the work from the laying of the foundation stone in July 1939 to it’s completion and installing on 9th November 1940.
Entrance is free and all are welcome! The mueseum is open Tuesdays & Saturdays 11.00am to 3.00pm and on Sundays 2.00pm to 4.00pm.
For more information about the Twickenham Museum please click here…
The next All Hallows Quiz Night will take place on Saturday 28th February 2015 in the Church Hall. Tickets have now sold out for this event!! Please do keep a close eye on our website for information on our other events…!
All Hallows will be hosting an evening of music and inspiration with Tearfund on Saturday 7th March at 7.00pm. Tickets are £6 and can be bought either from David Brown www.tearfund.org/speechless 020 8898 5714 or on the door on the night.
The event is called ‘Speechless – West End Has Faith’ and it features stars of hit stage musicals including The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Barnum.
Take a journey through amazing songs and encouraging stories to discover how God is moving powerfully in some of the poorest places on earth.
‘You cannot fail to be moved, wonderful evening’ Lucy from Woking
Please click on the poster to find more tour dates.
The Annual Parochial Church Meeting for All Hallows takes place on Sunday 26th April in the Church Hall, after the weekly services, at 12 noon. All in our community are encouraged to come along to this event.