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Allesley Parish Magazine – Harvest 2020

Allesley Parish Magazine – Harvest 2020

In this issue of the magazine we meet our new ‘soon to be’ Rector, Lizzy Holland and learn how All Saints has adapted its worship for the ‘New Normal’. We discover how our local organisations have been getting on in lock-down, of the Allesley Festival mini parade and Scarecrow Festival, the origins of the curfew […]

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  Sep 5, 2020   No comments
CHIPS – Harvest of Peace

CHIPS – Harvest of Peace

Reading James 3:3-18 CHIPS are Christian peacemakers. They join with communities to help build sustainable futures free from violence and division. They operate in Ghana for peace amongst communities, and in London, UK working with the young to turn away from truancy, gangs, and knife crime. Elfrida Calvocoressi, Chair of Trustees for CHIPS talks the […]

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  Oct 7, 2019   No comments
Abundant Creation – The Gift of Abundance

Abundant Creation – The Gift of Abundance

Reading: Matthew 6: 25-33 Summary Everything is a gift from God. The world says there is scarcity – scarcity tells us to be worried and anxious. Jesus says there is enough – just look at Creation! For example, our lives get so busy it feels like there isn’t enough time – but there is a […]

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  Sep 30, 2018   No comments
Harvest Festival Service

Harvest Festival Service

The congregation where asked to make floral arrangements and bring in chocolates to give away to people in our communities. There is something about chocolates and flowers that make people feel luxurious and special. Harvest reminds us of God’s abundance; that he sees everyone of us as special to Him. Not only does He give […]

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  Sep 24, 2017   No comments
Harvest Festival Sunday 25 September 2016

Harvest Festival Sunday 25 September 2016

Want to make a difference this Harvest Festival? All Saints Church, Allesley will be open for decorating on Saturday morning 24 September 2016 from 9.15am. Gifts may be brought at this time as well as at the three Sunday services. Last year we asked for gifts of flowers, fruit, tinned fruit, biscuits and chocolates a […]

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  Sep 22, 2016   No comments