Holy Week and Easter Services, Special Choral Evensong, Annual Plant Sale and Coffee Morning.
Delivered by Graeme’s son, Tim, at the Requiem service for our Lay Reader Emeritus and friend at All Saints on November 5, 2018.
To those who have not already heard the news, we are sorry to bear sad tidings: our Lay Reader Emeritus, Graeme Hely, passed away in the early hours of last Sunday, October 28, just a few days after his 90th birthday. A Requiem Mass for Graeme will be held at 12 noon next Monday, November…
Photographs of All Saints decorated for Harvest Sunday.
The guest speaker at our October Tea and Talk will be Colin Ashwood from St Margaret of Scotland Hospice in Clydebank. Since its doors opened in 1950, the Hospice has touched the lives of thousands of patients with advanced life-limiting illness and older people with complex medical and nursing needs, their families and friends….
The story of how a young woman who discovered the Prayer Book at the age of 11 went on to work for the benefit of local labourers, set up a Sunday school and see it established as a mission church – now All Saints – before her death in 1864 at the age of 35.
A 21-year old student nurse who is the only girl to have studied primary and secondary education on Likoma Island has been awarded a university scholarship by the Diocese of Northern Malawi.
The Gaelic Books Council has published a new collection of poems by a member of All Saints, the distinguished poet Catriona Montgomery McLaughlin (Catrìona NicGumaraid NicLachlainn).
Our Tea and Talk series resumed on Thursday, February 1, when Rebecca Tavener introduced us to St Brigid of Kildare, also known as Brige or Brigantia or Bride.
Wishing everyone a very happy Christmas.
More than 120 people attended this evening’s Christian Aid Carol Service in which Hutchesons’ Grammar School Junior Choir participated. A most enjoyable and uplifting service. Thanks to all who attended and took part.
We grew up very familiar with the Christmas story, writes JB. The journey to Bethlehem as demanded by the census, the lack of accommodation when they got there and the subsequent birth of Jesus in a stable, and being laid in a manger because there was ‘no crib for a bed’. The star, angels announcing…