All Hallows Festival 5th-7th June 2015
Rehearsals begin on Friday 17th April at 7.00pm in the Choir Vestry. If you would like to join the choir for the festival, please contact Stephen Gregson on 07576 794612 or stephendavidgregson@googlemail
Sunday 29th March (Palm Sunday)
8.30am BCP Eucharist
10.00am Palm Sunday Eucharist
11.30am Worship for All Ages
6.30pm Healing Service with the laying on of hands
Monday 30th March
9.00am Morning Prayer
8.00pm Stations of the Cross
Tuesday 1st April
9.00am Morning Prayer
6.00pm Evening Prayer
Wednesday 2nd April
9.00am Morning Prayer
9.30am Eucharist and Stations of the Cross
Friday 3rd April (Good Friday)
12 noon ‘The Passion’ for Children
2.00pm The Liturgy of our Lord’s Passion
Please note that there will be NO 8.30 BCP or 11.30am Worship for all Ages services on Easter morning.
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…
David and Avril Brown are hosting a Charity Breakfast at All Hallows Church Hall on Saturday 11th April from 8.30am to 10.00am. Come and enjoy a hot cooked breakfast. It is a great opportunity to chat and share time together.
We are delighted that All Hallows new Vicar, Father Kevin Bell will speak to us about his life and may possibly share with us some of his poetry.
The next collection at Twickenham station is on Saturday 11 April. Could you spare an hour (or two) between 12 noon and 2.30pm or between 4.30 and 6pm? The collection times tie in with a Harlequins rugby match at 3pm. Please speak to Rebecca Wallis: email@example.com or 07801 481203 (or just contact Julie Sherman at SPEAR if you’re a regular).
The Annual Parochial Church Meeting for All Hallows takes place on Sunday 19th April in the Church Hall, after the weekly services, at 12 noon. All in our community are encouraged to come along to this event.
There will be a Parish Pilgrimage to Westminster Abbey on Wednesday 22nd April. This will be an opportunity to visit a magnificent place of worship, attend choral evensong and participate in a private guided tour.
We will meet outside the west door of the Abbey at 4.30pm. We will then sit together as a group for Choral Evensong, which starts at 5.00pm. Following the service, after the remainder of the congregation have departed, our party will be greeted by the Revd Vernon White, Canon Theologian at the Abbey, who will lead our pilgrimage. This will involve visiting and reflecting upon features of historical and religious significance within the building such as the Grave of the Unknown Warrior, the Shrine of Edward the Confessor, the hight altar and Cosmati pavement, and the Chapel of Henry VII. There will be the opportunity to pause for prayer at points during our visit.
There is no cost for the tour of the Abbey although you will need to arrange your own transport to and from the Abbey. Nearest stations are Waterloo or Victoria (Underground)/St James’s Park or Westminster (Underground).
Booking is essential as numbers are limited. To reserve your place please either sign up in the Church Narthex, or contact Father Andrew firstname.lastname@example.org 07824 310311.
The Society of St Lucy (All Hallows Women’s Group) are holding their next meeting on Monday 27th April. This will be a film night in the Choir Vestry, meeting at 7.00pm for the film to start at 7.30pm. Every lady is to bring along a drink and some nibbles to share. If you would be interested in coming along, and have suggestions for a film to watch (please make sure you have a copy of it on DVD!), or would like to go on our mailing list, please get in touch at the Parish Office email@example.com 020 8241 2345 and pass on your contact details.
We will be supporting Christian Aid Week this year, 10th to 16th May. Oliver Walker will be getting envelopes ready to be delivered to the houses in our parish and there will be a sign up sheet for this and for collections at the back of the church at the end of April.
On Sunday 3rd May, a representative from Christian Aid will be coming along to talk to us and also to our Breakfast Club about the charity.
We intend to have a Confirmation Service on Sunday 10th May subject to availablility of a Bishop. Any enquires to Fr Kevin firstname.lastname@example.org , or the lay readers or the Parish Office email@example.com
The Society of St Gambrinus (All Hallows Men’s Group) are holding their next meeting on Thursday 7th May. This will be a curry night at The Sheesh Mahal, London Road, Twickenham, meeting at 8.00pm, with a pre-curry drink at the William Webb Ellis Pub opposite the restaurant from 7.00pm. Please let Fr Andrew know you will be coming along: firstname.lastname@example.org
The next meeting will be a tour of Twickenham Brewery on Wednesday 10th June from 7pm to 9pm. This will cost £15 and places are limited to 12. The Brewery is at 18 Mereway Road, Twickenham, TW2 6RG and the tour includes 3 pints from the range of Twickenham fine Ales. Please email to book your place: email@example.com