We want to give a BIG WELCOME to Rachel as she joins us to take the youth work forward into 2018, so we’ve organised the All Saints’ Big Welcome Weekend from Friday 19th January through to Sunday 21st January, and you are all welcome to join us!
To start the weekend we’ve the Friday Night Comedy Night with Paul Kerensa. Writer for BBC1’s Miranda and Not Going Out, among countless others, Paul Kerensa is the in-demand comic who plays comedy clubs and cathedrals. He’s one of the few to have appeared both at The Comedy Store and on Radio 2’s Pause For Thought. Doors Open from 7.30pm
Tickets £8 from the All Saints’ Church office:
020 8560 5647
Saturday afternoon from 2pm, we’ve a Kids Party with party games, face painting, glitter tattoos and general Family Fun.
This is followed by Afternoon Tea with Bingo. Whether you’re ‘Young and Keen, ‘Naughty Forty’, or the ‘Bakers Bun’ it’s eyes down for a full house with some retro fun and games.
For more information contact rom the All Saints’ Church office:
020 8560 5647
Then on Sunday 21st January, if you haven’t yet met our new Youth Leader Rachel, here’s your chance.. at either the 9.30am Family Communion, or the 11.30 informal Family Service with the All Saints’ Band … and there’s Brunch between the services.
The All Saint’s Big Welcome Weekend concludes with a Family Concert in church from 5.00pm featuring Songs from the Shows!