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We had a great time on Sunday 31st January when we were joined by Brownies, Guides and Puppets - click here to see some photos. The Guides and Brownies are having another parade service for Mother's Day on 6th March so we are looking forward to that already.

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All Saints' Alpha 2016 Tuesday 9th February at 7.30 pm

Rev'd Simon Glynn will be leading week 3 of the The Alpha Course at ‘The Wayfarer’ 1 - 3 Alder Lane, Parbold, WN8 7NL. The are 6 weeks left of the course. New members are most welcome. There'll be free food and the chance to discuss life's big questions

Sunday 7th February 10.45 am Holy Communion with Rev'd James Goodwin-Hudson and guest speaker Rev'd Wendy Williams.

We will be concluding our sermon series on The Prodigal Son. There will be a bring and share lunch after the service to celebrate Vera Young's 80th birthday. There'll also be a chance to sign up to buy Easter Eggs to support the Real Easter Egg Campaign.

Church for Kids will be running at the same time as the main service.

6.30 pm Service of Light

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Vision 2026

The Bishop of Blackburn is leading an initiative which are are proud to be part of. We are planning for the future of our church and working with other churches in our diocese to make disciples, be witnesses to Jesus Christ and to grow leaders.

Click on the link to learn more about the Diocese of Blackburn Vision 2026.

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We'll be very happy to welcome you to All Saints’ Church, Appley Bridge. We are a friendly Anglican church, catering for people of all ages. For those who are seeking and searching, and for those whose faith is firm, our church aims to help people to develop and strengthen their faith in Jesus. Our main service is service Holy Communion 10.45 am each Sunday. We have provision for children and young people each week.

You can find out more details about forthcoming events from our coming soon page, or the calendar which we share with Christ Church, Parbold.

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A Warm Welcome to All of Our Visitors