Since my arrival we have held two very successful planning days which have helped us to analyse where we are and where we would like to be as churches together in the parish. It is clear that each of the churches has its own unique character and gifts and that the way forward needs to recognise each church’s journey. So we have planned two mornings for each church to have the opportunity to put into place an action plan that fits their context, resources and needs. The first of these days is the All Saints’ Planning Morning on Saturday July 4th 9.30-12.30pm at the Cross Tree Centre preceded by a short survey encouraging comments about church now and in the future:
What do you love about All Saints’?
Why do you worship here?
What will this church be like in five years’ time if we continue as we are now?
What are your hopes and dreams for this place?
What would be lost if the church were not here? How would you sum up All Saints’ in a sentence?
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St Bartholomew’s meeting follows in September when we have had the opportunity to canvass opinions from those who attend the Flower Festival in August about the importance of church in that community - more about that next month. I am delighted to say that the new lighting at All Saints’ seems to be working well and making an astounding difference and we have also completed the work on the paths to improve access and disabled parking. We start the new service pattern in both churches this month so please look out for the changes and make a note in your diary! Finally in all this we continue to hold on to the promise that God will not desert his faithful people and we need to listen to where the Spirit is moving in this place. Love and prayers, Fran
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Located in Wraxall North Somerset The parish church of All Saints was built in the 12th century, with tower, clock and bells being added in later centuries.The church has been designated by English Heritage as a grade I listed building.
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