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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.

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St Teresa Of Avila: What can she teach us today?

What can a 16th-century Carmelite nun writing in the time of the Spanish Inquisition offer a millennial, Anglican living in post-Christendom Britain? Rachael Brind-Surch shares why she thinks it's a question worth exploring.

Parable Of The Wheat Tares Weeds 1

Sermon Sunday 23rd July : James Badger

The sermon for Sunday 23rd July was delivered by James Badger who discussed the messages and imagery presented to us in the parable of the wheat and the weeds.


Leicester Anglican Cursillo NO51 Thursday 23rd November to Sunday 26th November 2023

Preparations are underway for the next Cursillo weekend at Launde Abbey, Kath Lewis tells us more about this event.

A close up of a plain wooden cross with a lit candle at the base

An introduction to the liturgy of Good Friday

Revd Wendy introduces the themes of the Good Friday liturgy and is joined by Simon Headly to look at the place of music in helping us to sit at the foot of the cross

The reserved sacrament on a wodden alter surrounded by candles and palm leaves. A shat of sunlight is shining on to the chalice.

An introduction to the liturgy of Maundy Thursday

Revd Wendy introduces the key parts of the Maundy Thursday liturgy and discusses 'The Watch' with the Revd Anglea Tarry, who is researching the spirituality of sleep, or lack of!

The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry - John Mark Comer

'The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry' by John Mark Comer

Member of the All Saints community, Michelle Barnett shares her review of her small group's most recent reading material: John Mark Comer's 'The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry'.

Hands clasped in prayer over a bible

'The Lord's Prayer' the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time: James Strong

'The Lord's prayer is said in churches across the globe each Sunday, said privately or collectively in Daily Prayer, and used more widely as part of people’s prayer lives in all manner of ways.' James Strong explores the prayer which our Saviour taught us

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'Nevertheless Alleluia' the Fifth Sunday after Easter: Rachael Brind-Surch

Our newly accepted to-train Ordinand Rachael Brind-Surch explores the confusing feelings we can experience when faced with scriptures filled with miracle healings and resurrection which feel worlds away from our reality.