The Bishop of Blackburn is leading an initiative which are are proud to be part of.
We are planning for 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
There will be no service at All Saints', Appley Bridge on Sunday 25th October as we have a joint Songs of Praise service in Christ Church, Parbold. The guest speaker will be Noel Procotor, a former Chaplain at Strangeways Prison. Noel has written several books and he is a fantastic story teller. Don't miss this special service, and please invite your friends to join us.
There was also a joint Songs of Praise as part of the Standish Festival of Arts and Music on 11th October at St Wilfrid's Church in Standish when All Saints' church choir joined the choir of St Anne's, Shevington and St Wilfrid's, Standish for a rousing evening of hymn singing.
Sunday 18th October 10.45 am Holy Communion
Rev'd. James Goodwin-Hudson will be leading our service of Holy Communion and continuing our sermon series on prayer.
Church for Kids will be going on at the same time; they will be following their revitalised programme of activities.
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.
A Warm Welcome to All of Our Visitors