2014 World War One Centenary
Our church has a special World War One memorial which honours all of the soldiers from the parish who fought, were wounded or lost their lives in The Great War. This unusual memorial was moved from the old mission church when All Saints' Church relocated to its present site in 1982. This special memorial features in our remembrance services each year in November,
On Sunday 10th August, as part of our regular Sunday service, a special candle from the Diocese of Blackburn was lit as we marked the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, and had a time of quiet contemplation.
We remembered, with gratitude, the sacrifices made by many in that terrible conflict. Our prayer time had a focus on prayers for peace.
Sunday 24th August 10.45 am Holy Communion
Our main service of Holy Communion at 10.45 will be led by Rev. Simon Glynn this week. Our Curate, Rev James Goodwin-Hunter, will be preaching about The Prodigal Son. We hope you can join us.
We'll be 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.
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