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Knightswood Fellowship of Churches, Ministry Celebration, Come and Sing, Harvest Celebration and more …

Hymns not quite so ancient …

Hymns not quite so ancient …

Given the time of year, it’s not surprising that the Lent Prose was sung, hummed and whistled along to even before the start of yesterday’s House Group, when the main focus was on favourite hymns and psalms. Many choices were linked to people and places, but all explored the connection between the musical and the…

Easter invitation goes to 1,000 local people


All Saints is to distribute 1,000 invitation cards to local households in the run-up to Easter, following the success of a similar campaign before Christmas 2014. The cards will carry details of Holy Week and Easter services, as well as looking forward to a coffee morning and plant sale on May 9 and the church’s…

Storehouse foodbank newsletter for Spring 2015


The other week a young woman said: ‘The world and life can feel so dark and full of despair. It is so good that there are places like this which are so full of light and hope’

Revolutionary love: Archbishop Justin Welby’s lecture on evangelism

Archbishop Justin Welby

‘The Church exists to make new disciples of Jesus Christ. Everything else is decoration. Some of it may be very necessary, useful, or wonderful decoration – but it’s decoration. The best decision anyone can ever make, at any point in life, in any circumstances, whoever they are, wherever they are, whatever they are, is to become a disciple of Jesus Christ.’

Oasis magazine for Spring-Summer 2015


The twice-yearly magazine of Water Aid UK, whose mission is to transform lives by improving access to safe water, improved hygiene and sanitation in the world’s poorest communities.

Lent Prose: a haunting hymn with its roots in 10th century Spain

Lent Prose: a haunting hymn with its roots in 10th century Spain

The Lent Prose – number 507 in our New English Hymnal – is being sung after Communion during Lent at All Saints. This moving piece derives from a hymn, Attende Domine, composed in the 10th century by Mozarabs, Iberian Christians living under Arab Islamic rule in Al-Andalus. It can be tricky to sing at first…