Welcome to Our Church
All services are currently suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Visit our Services page to find out about the services we will offer after lockdown measures have ended.
What We Do
We are a very mixed congregation. Our aim is to create an open “safe” community where people are encouraged and helped to meet God. We don’t claim to have all the answers, but welcome you to come join us as we make the journey together.
About All Saints Harbury
The community of All Saints exists for two main reasons: to worship God and to serve the local area. We meet to pray and worship. We draw near to God so that he can polish the tarnish from our fragile lives and restore his image in us.
At All Saints, the Eucharist (Holy Communion or Mass) is central to our worship. We look to the scriptures to mould us and teach us. We try hard to love others as we experience God’s love for us. You are welcome to come and join us at any of our services.
Further to the review which we conducted for our Priest-in-Charge, we are pleased to announce that the Reverend Andrew (Andy) Batchelor, currently Vicar of St Mary the Virgin, Walney Island and Priest-in-Charge of St Johns Barrow Island, will be our new Priest-in-Charge.We have yet to arrange a date for his
Are you a Pillar or a Buttress? ‘I am not a pillar of the church, but a buttress. I support it, but from outside.’ Winston Churchill, speaking to his Private Secretary in the 1950s. Unsurprisingly, there has been a great initial response to the appeal for the repair and renewal
Some of us at the moment have a bit more money because we haven’t been able to spend it during lockdown. Others have a lot less money. In the Bible we read that John the Baptist said to someone asking for advice that anyone who had two coats should share
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