All Hallows will be holding a Service of Celebration of Rugby on the eve of the first match of the Rugby World Cup 2015. This event takes place on Thursday 17th September at 6.15pm. The Bishop of Stepney, the Right Revd Adrian Newman will be attending the service and there will be music from the All Hallows Choir and choirs from local schools.
All Hallows church is literally a stones throw away from Twickenham Stadium. This service brings together the local community and those involved in the tournament.
Space is limited. If you want to guarantee a seat, please click on the link below:
Lunch Club runs on the last Wednesday of each month (apart from December). The club has been running now for many years and has grown in patronage over time. A two-course meal plus tea or coffee is on offer for a suggested donation of £3.50. The lunch is aimed mainly at retired people, but all are welcome to come along and share food and fellowship. Lunch is served at 12.30pm.
The next Lunch Club takes place on Wednesday 29th July 2015.
This exhibition at the Twickenham Museum continues for a few more weeks until the 1st August. It tells the story of how a City of London Church, All Hallows, Lombard Street, came to be demolished, and its tower and interior fittings incorporated into a new church in Twickenham in 1940. It includes photos, maps and other pieces of interest about the history of All Hallows in the city and in Twickenham.
For more information about the Twickenham Museum please click here…
As many in our community know, the Friends of All Hallows is soon to be set up and their launch event will be a Talent Show which will take place on Saturday 28th November at 7.00pm.
This will be a ticketed event, including a meal.
Everyone is welcome to this exciting event!! Either as participant or audience!
If you would like to take part in the show – and any talent is welcome (within reason!), please can you click on the link below and submit the form to the Parish Office email@example.com
Update details will follow…