The Vicar is looking for the following: · A magazine editor · People prepared to be on the team to meet for a couple of hours at a specified time once a month to plan articles and features, manage layout, seek advertising and to share the task of compiling the monthly magazine · Competent photographers Interested parties should approach the Vicar directly please.
Evesham Street Pastors - are starting another series of training sessions and would like to encourage others to think about this important mission work in the town. If you would like to learn more about the work of a Street Pastor or a Prayer Partner please contact John Darby via the Church Office (see contacts page)
SoulFood is Recruting New Team Members! SoulFood needs more team members to help. We are looking for team members who are either able to host or create or both! For a chat about how you may be able to help, please call Sarah Hewitt via the Church Office (see contacts page)
Our Mission It is our hope that we can grow spiritually and in number as a worshiping Christian community here in the heart of the Town and Parish of Evesham. To that aim we seek to continue to develop our worship, building on the Thursday morning service, the regular Sunday evening Soulfood and our various community services. We also seek to enhance our Church buildings by making them more welcoming and vibrant sacred spaces. Our guiding principles are the Five Marks of Mission.
Our postal address is: Church House Market Place, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 4RW Church Office is in Church House Phone 01386 442213 between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm Monday to Saturday. All Saints' Church is open usually from 9am to 5pm and all are welcome to visit or seek a quiet place for reflection
All Saints' Church welcomes you!
All Saints' Church is open usually from 9am to 5pm and all are welcome to visit or seek a quiet place for reflection
The Church and Meeting Rooms are available to hire for one-off or regular events - please see our contact page to enquire.
Five Marks of a Healthy Church
have adopted the Five marks of a healthy church. These marks, were formulated by the Anglican Consultative Council and have been endorsed by General Synod and are:
1.to proclaim the good news of the kingdom; 2.to teach, baptize and nurture new believers; 3.to respond to human need by loving service; 4.to seek to transform the unjust structures of society; 5.to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth
We now have the facility to accept charitable donations online. Please go to Services, Worship and Giving and then Giving for Life Or click here.