Recent news and events
An opportunity to meet, worship and pray with other women over breakfast.
If you are new to All Souls or have never been to one of these evenings, join us for dinner to find out more.
Richard’s Vicar’s Letter for May, explaining why Confirmation can be such an important ‘next step’ of faith.
- Sunday 3rd August 2014
- Morning Service10:30 am - 12:00 pmMonday 4th August 2014
- Communion and lunch (Monday Club)12:00 pm - 1:30 pmSunday 10th August 2014
- Morning Service10:30 am - 12:00 pmChurch Picnic?12:00 pm - 2:00 pmDescription: tbcSunday 17th August 2014
- Morning Service10:30 am - 12:00 pmMonday 18th August 2014
- Coffee & Conversation (Monday Club)10:30 am - 12:00 pmSunday 24th August 2014
- Morning Service10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Recent sermons20 Jul 2014
Calum Lindsay talks about Nehemiah chapter 1 and looks at how Nehemiah was honest to God about a problem […]19 Jul 2014
Rev Ali Mathew, Curate of St Mary’s Osterley, spoke at the Women’s Breakfast on Saturday 19th July 2014 on […]13 Jul 2014
Calum Lindsay looks at the beginning of the book of Ezra and how the people of God started to […]
What People Say
Welcoming, exciting, friendly, bible focussed preaching, energetic (if you want) relaxed (if you don’t)!
Informal, family oriented, great music: church – but not as you remember it!
Though informal and relaxed, it’s also prepared to be challenging, but in the friendliest way!
The children’s groups are great and our daughter loves going and making new friends.
A place for people who have gone to church all their lives and those who have never set foot in a church before.
Incredibly welcoming, friendly and supportive. Great for young children…
Noisy and boisterous but very friendly with a fantastic bunch of people (staff and congregation alike).
Lovely and where people care for each other.
The most welcoming church I have ever attended!
I felt instantly welcomed into the family and have found a real sense of peace
Particularly good place for families with young children.
A friendly introduction to church life, that’s not in your face, oppressive or boring!
Relaxed and family-friendly
Welcoming, vibrant, accepting, very family-friendly.
Fresh, interesting, youthful but not exclusively so, engaging, enjoyable and alive
The sermons are always interesting and are related to real life which helps make sense of the bible.
A great atmosphere and a wonderful mix of people
A church that is a strong part of the local community.
Lively, friendly, welcoming, lots of kids!
We always take something away that improves our lives and benefits us and others.
A church with very big very welcoming arms!
Everyone in our family really loves going to All Souls!
Makes Sundays one of the best days of the week!
A friendly, welcoming church community committed to supporting people at all stages.
Open, relaxed, spiritual, friendly and fun
I enjoy especially the sermons, my wife especially loves the worship and our boys enjoy ‘learning about God’.
Somewhere that recognises that it is possible for the Church to reflect the ways in which people communicate and interact in the 21st century.
A lovely,welcoming,family-oriented church.
The welcome at All Souls is warm and inviting with out being pressured or imposing…
The prayer and support for those who ask for it is one of the outstanding features of this church.
A warm and muscial family of Christians – with great teaching and support.
Friendly, cheerful, lively. Full of great spiritual truths – easy to understand.
Very warm, excellent leadership team, good for families with lots of children.
A family orientated and very friendly place.
Accepting of all. Somewhere you can go and just ‘be’…