Ministry

 Church warden's rods.

There are many opportunities to serve at All Saints Church.The first step is that you need to come on the Electoral Roll and for that please talk to the Church warden or one of the Clergy,or our LLM Mr David Cain.Part 2 of our vision is "make disciples" and part 3 is "serve others"

You can easily help with things like the coffee rota,the flower rota,the cleaning rota,going on the gardening team etc.

For helping with music and singing please see Mrs Ginnie Heads,or talk on a Sunday to Becky Harris our flutist, or Anne Dwight our Organist.We now have children and youth often playing instruments in our services

At All Saints The Church Council ovesees and guides children's and youth work,publicity and communication,pastoral care,worship and music,buidings and health and safety,finance and giving.We also have a sidesperson's team and a Prayer ministry team.For details please speak with the Churchwardens and or Vicar.We are running two sidesperson's training courses this term (2016 autumn)

We have a leadership team, called a DCC and photos of most of them are on the Photos section of this website.

Clergy are Revd's Tricia and Tudor Roberts, and Licenced Lay Minister David Cain.

 We welcome people who wish to help with children's work (or any area of service),but  we will first want you to be a member of the Church and that you can identify with the vision statement of this Church and the basic beliefs of the Christian faith as seen in the Creeds. You will also have to apply for and have a clean DBS check and references taken up as well.You will also need to be willing to do training with people like the Bristol Diocese,Scripture Union or this Church. It's an enormous privilage to work with children and young people and we welcome Christians who are trainable and ready join our team.

Jesus called his disciples to him and sent them out to preach the gospel,heal the sick and raise the dead.As you begin coming regularly to All Saints you might offer to read scriptures,or to be involved in another way.At All Saints we believe God, calls people to love, obey, and serve him. Should you wish to take your faith more seriously we suggest you start with Alpha and or by joining a home group.Have a word with the Revds Tudor or Tricia Roberts,  and they will meet you,pray with you and seek the best path for you.

Whatever your gifts, we hope you discover All Saints to be a place where you can, like a plant in the ground, grow and produce much fruit and that this is to the Glory of God and the building up of His Kingdom.If nothing fits timewise, then speak to us anyway, so that we can explore some one on one mentoring with you;phone 01793 772417

Bristol Diocese Exploring Christianity Course which runs each thursday at L.Millicent C of E Primary School SN5 3LR at  7.30 pm it takes 2 years (soon goes!) and can be a step to doing Lay Ministry in an authorised form or simply as a way of doing a discipleship course with others from around the Diocose.