News and Resource Hub
News and Resources from All Saints
At All Saints we consider ourselves to be a learning community, particularly around the areas of Inclusive and Eco Church and in our desire to develop as an Intercultural Worshipping Community. The bible, theology, science and listening to the experiences of people, particularly those historically marginalised and discriminated against today, help us live out our Christian faith.
Our preaching, courses, creative seasonal liturgy and inspiring music help us in our learning and growing as Christians who are seeking to live out our faith in the modern world. The News and Resource Hub is being developed as the place to visit for recordings, videos, articles, discussions and liturgies to encourage, inspire and challenge.
Plus this is the place to share news of what we've been up to. Keep checking back as we add more over items over the coming year.
On Sunday 15th we said farewell to the 37th Rector of All Saints with two wonderful services full of thanks, joy and hope of all that is to come. Wendy sends her thanks to everyone for such a special final weekend.
During the vacancy (the bit of time between Rectors) lots of people will be involved in running All Saints. We have a fantastic warden and ministry team overseeing the many areas of church life. Find out who they are and what they will be getting up to.
As part of our season of stewardship, Graeme Smith, Giving Champion for All Saints, shares his reflections on finance and faith in the context of a new season at All Saints
As we look ahead to a new season in the life of All Saints we are committed to continuing the inclusive ministry that we share and invite you to reflect on how you can support the mission, ministry and upkeep of All Saints.
Michelle explains her experience of attending her first ever Pride March, and why she believes Christian Allies should march to support their LGBTQ+ siblings in Christ.
Penny White explains more about her first year of training to become an Associate Minister. Read more to learn more about what she has been up to, what she enjoyed most about her placement and all the essays she has been getting on with!
“Loughborough Church of England Primary School continues to be a good school”. This is the opening sentence of the inspector’s report, published on Monday, 3 July 2023.