Pastoral Care & Common Life
Parish Meals and Social Events
Being a Christian isn’t just about going to church, important as that is. We meet together as friends on rambles, at parties and parish lunches. We also enjoy working together for events such as a Christmas Fayre or Summer Fete.
The Friendship Circle exists to offer members of our congregation and the wider community an opportunity to meet together for mutual friendship and support, while also engaging with outside speakers and presenters. There are a number of trips and meals out throughout the year.
seek to offer a listening ear to those who have been recently bereaved,
especially those whose loved one's funerals have been taken by the
The issue of our mortality came to the fore in January 2017 when Myton Hospice piloted an evening session called 'Death and Cake' at three churches in the Warwick Team, including All Saints. It was very well attended.
As follow up to this, a Bereavement Care Awareness Course (led by 'Care for the Family') will be held at St Nicholas, Warwick in Jan 2018. Several All Saints members will attend.
Jesus told us that we should love our neighbours as ourselves. We aim to be a community that cares for people whether or not they come to church. If you or somebody you know would like a visit because of sickness, bereavement or because life is difficult at the moment, please let us know.
Happy birthday to you!
Edward Fitchett RIP (to left and right) celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends at All Saints in Summer 2017. It was a very joyous occasion as befitted someone who loved life!
(Photos with kind permission of Edward's family)
A number of our congregation have undertaken basic training in listening skills, and others are pursuing a more advanced level. Our hope is to be able to provide good quality pastoral care when the need arises.
Prayer & Intercession
We are committed to praying for local community, the Church and all who are in need. Prayer requests can be submitted by following this link.
Spiritual DirectionReferral to the Diocesan Network of Spiritual Directors is possible via the parish office.
The Clergy are always happy to meet people, to pray with them, to listen and discuss matters of faith and Christian living, and where appropriate, hear Confessions. Please phone the parish office to make an appointment.