Wonderful words inscribed above church door.

We hold a number of events thoughout the year.  Please drop by this page to see the latest detail

Every 1st,2nd 3rd Saturday's at 9.30am Puppet team practice in Church come and join us if you are 8 years old or over

Bell ringers Practice each Tuesday night  at 7.30 pm

Millicent Minnies Every Thursday at 1.30pm in the Village Hall for under fives and parents

Home groups on Mondays (2) Thursdays(1) and Fridays(1) Sundays (1)

Senior's Bible Study Home Group Each Thursday at 2.00pm in the Vicarage

Home group for young people yr 7 and above each Sunday at 6.00pm in Church ....and lots more

.......All Saints Cake Break is now open every Monday (incl Bank Holiday Mondays) in Church from 2.00pm until 4.00pm Why not pop along anytime betweeen 2.00- 4.00pm and enjoy tea/cakes a natter, we look forward to seeing you!

Advent Craft Day

 All Saints are holding a craft morning on Sat 9th Dec, as part of our Advent weekend of activities. We have people willing to run crafts for adults, but are still looking for help with children’s craft. Ideally we would like at least 2 people so that we can have 2 different crafts to choose from (a younger and an older craft!) - you can plan and prepare your own craft if you like or we can do that bit for you. There will be refreshments available!  the session is from 10am-12pm. 

Nativity / Advent Weekend

From the 8th – 11th December we will have a special weekend set aside for lots of different nativity / Christmas / Advent activities. We are particularly keen to have lots of nativity sets on display. If you have one or more to lend to the event please let Mary Turner or Lesley Green know.

Advent and Christmas Services 2017 

Sunday 17 December 6.00pm  Carols by Candlelight

Sunday 24 December 5.00pm  Crib Service and Christingle For families with young children - come dressed in nativity dress if you can

Monday 25 December - Christmas Day 8.00am  Holy Communion, 10.00am  Family Service for Christmas Day

For the four Sundays in January 2018 we are welcoming leading scientists from three Universities and the EPSRC in Swindon who have a living faith in Christ.  They will talk in our main Sunday Morning service which starts at 10.30am in All Saints Church in Lydiard Millicent on the following topics.

7th January, Professor Keith Fox, Professor of Biochemistry at Southampton will talk about  ‘Great are the works of the Lord’ relating to his expertise in the study of DNA.

14th January, Professor John Bryant, Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry at Exeter will discuss 'Making a god of our genes', about uses and possible mis-uses of genetics.

21st January, Professor Paul Ewart, Professor of Physics at Oxford will explore ‘Chaos in Creation’ bringing together a Biblical view of God and Creation with insights from science to help us understand the role of faith and reason in helping us make sense of suffering.

28th January, Dr Andrew Bourne, who is associate director of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research council in Swindon will, bring his own perspective from the work he does across the United Kingdom in funding scientific research. Andrew is a member of All Saints Church.

Please note  our 9.30 (children's) service is now each second and fourth Sunday's of the Month and 1st, and 3rd Sunday's we have J Club for Primary aged children Ignite is on 2nd and 4th Sundays

01793 772417

Revds Tudor and Tricia Roberts