Afternoon Tea and Church Tour Aug 29th

      Recently a visiting group of 20 retirees from Aspley Court Woburn Sands had a guided tour of All Saints, followed by a full afternoon tea in the church hall. Judging by the smiles and feedback they all enjoyed their trip.               

Fete 2018

Saturday June 30th at Church End, from 2.00pm till 4.40pm. Many attractions in Church End Glebe Field, incl, Pony Rides...Progress Band...Face Painting...Bouncy Castles... Children's entertainer... Side Stalls. Teas, Cakes in the Church Hall Grand Draw Entrance...Adults £1...children Free

Family Service

On the 1st Sunday of the month there is an All Age Service, everyone is welcome, especially families with young children. It is held in the Church Hall and starts at 10.45 am.

Church Tours

We're delighted to offer tours of our Church, including full afternoon teas for your group. We'd love to meet you and show you what our splendid Church has to offer. For more information and contact details, please click here to see our Church Tours page.

Bedford Passion Play 2016

Some members of our Church participated in the Bedford Passion Play 2016 this Easter. Janet Fardell said: The play was super, we were so glad to have been part of it all,meeting new friends from different churches and feeling moved by the Easter story being depicted this way.

Afternoon Teas

All Saints Church welcomes visiting groups of 10 or more who wish to have a full Afternoon Tea preceded or followed by a guided tour of this historic church (if wanted). Cost per head is £7.95 To discuss dates/times of bookings contact;- Frances Leonard 01234 852480 email francesmleonard@gmail.com      or Janet Fardell  01234 855158 or martinandjanet1@btinternet.com

A Letter from Stephen and Elaine Huckle

Great Hale, Lincolnshire. Dear All, It is only two weeks since our Farewell Service and yet it seems much longer because we have been occupied with a series of contractors, renewing a bathroom, having new doors, a cupboard and bookshelves, having a new fire installed and having the whole place painted. That's not to mention opening removal boxes and unwrapping various items and putting up pictures – there are still plenty more boxes to open. We went to our local church on Mothering Sunday for a very friendly and informal service, a variation on Messy Church, but this morning we went to the Boston Stump for a more dignified Sung Eucharist, with the emphasis on making their church a place of hospitality – this is quite challenging as it is the biggest parish church in England and you can't help feeling a bit lost in it, but there was a friendly welcome. However, the purpose of this letter is to thank you all most sincerely for our tremendous and memorable send-off at the last [Read more...]