Enjoy our gallery of events…
Corpus Christi 2021 – The Year of S. Joseph
Last year the Coronavirus Pandemic meant that we were unable to lay our traditional ‘Flower Carpet’ for Corpus Christi.
However, with restrictions easing, we were once again able to lay it down the main aisle as in previous years.
December 8th 2020 marked the 150th anniversary of the declaration of Saint Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church and the Year of S. Joseph will run until December 8th this year.
Parish Walks Resume – The Wandle Valley & Morden Hall Park
All Saints’ decorated for Christmas. ‘And the light shone in the darkness….’
Installation of our new Notice Boards – November 2020
Almost exactly four years ago David Willis, a loyal and long standing member of All Saints’, sadly died. It was the wish of his nephew John to help fund something in his memory and, as David had always been very keen on publicity and furthering the work of the parish, it was suggested by the P.C.C., and agreed by David’s nephew, that new notice boards be erected in his memory. After researching those that were commercially available, it was decided that the most appropriate way to forward the project was to consult Marcus Beale, our church architect, who agreed to work up some designs that would be fitting with regard to the age and architecture of the church. Quite by chance we managed to source a picture of All Saints’ that had been taken shortly after its completion and this showed – albeit from a distance – the original notice board that had been erected to the east side of the north door. From this picture Marcus produced a set of drawings for two boards – one of three panels to be placed in the same position as the original board, and a second comprising a single panel to be placed outside the hall.
The boards are of excellent quality and entirely complementary to the building. We extend our thanks to Marcus, our architect, and to all those involved in the construction and installation.
Sponsored Walk – August Bank Holiday 2020
Chris & Linda’s Golden Wedding 27th June 2020
The Opening of the ‘Quiet Garden’ – March 2019
On March 20th the Bishop of Kingston – assisted by children from our school – planted an apple tree, and some autumn flowering bulbs when he blessed and dedicated our ‘Quiet Garden’
The ‘Quiet Garden’ is affiliated to the Quiet Garden movement. The garden is now open every Friday morning and whenever there is a service in church. If you just want somewhere to sit and enjoy the sunshine, somewhere to think, somewhere to read or somewhere for quiet reflection then our Quiet Garden is the ideal place and you are most welcome there.
All Saints’ Tide 2019
All Saints’ Tide 2019 with the Bishop of Fulham