Join us this Sunday, 22nd January 2023
Sabbath Series: Rest – Matthew 11:28-12:14
9am Holy Communion
10:45am Service (with Kidschurch)
1-3pm Safeguarding Training
This Sunday @ Kidschurch
We are continuing to follow the 60 sec Bible Trek material. In this mini series we look at the ministry of Jesus and this week we kick off with the baptism of Jesus and the launching of his public ministry.
This Sunday @ All Saints Youth
10:45am Breakfast & Bible (Sabbath series)
6-7:30pm Sunday Youth (Bible Study at 5pm)
What’s on this week (Mon 6th Feb – Sat 11th Feb)
1.30pm Craft Club
Cheerful Givers Lunch
This Sunday, 12.15 for 12.30pm
Come and join us for a home cooked meal and well deserved company.
All are welcome. Pull up a chair, there’s room to spare!
You can sign up here
or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org making sure you include any dietary requirements or by phoning the church office on 01244 322056.
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Hi! My name is Andy and I am the new Ministry Assistant at All Saints. I have been married to Susie for thirteen years and we have three children: Molly aged nine; Nina aged seven and Thomas aged three. We moved to Chester from Liverpool in 2011 and currently live in Boughton.
I work as a self-employed driving instructor which I have now been doing for 13 years and am also in my third year of study for an MA in Mission and Leadership with Cliff College.
I love sports in general but particularly football and support Liverpool FC. I also enjoying hiking, music, spending time with family and friends, eating good food and drinking coffee.
I am passionate to see the church flourish, function effectively and fulfil its purpose on earth. I believe that the church through, and in, Jesus, is the hope of the world. To me, the Biblical vision and mission of the church is stunningly beautiful and I think it is our privilege to be called to partake and participate in it. This Biblical vision and mission of church captivated my heart early on in my Christian journey and has continued to increasingly fuel a desire to want to play my part in serving and helping the church fulfil its purpose. What this has looked like for me over the years has varied but for the past 15 years I have been in some form of leadership in churches, most latterly as an Elder within a broader Eldership team until March 2020. God spoke to us at the beginning of 2020 that He was turning the page in our lives and that we were about to embark on a new chapter in a new place. This led us to All Saints at the end of 2021. We feel sure that God has led us here and we are loving being here, it has been such a blessing to us. We feel very connected with the people, the heart and the vision of the church here and are excited for what lies ahead.
I will be functioning as a ministry assistant, so I will be ‘assisting’ the ministry in the church in whatever way I can. This will mean I will be getting more involved in the life of the church during the week and on Sundays. I will also be working voluntarily at the church on Tuesday mornings, shadowing Sam, in order to learn and grow in confidence and understanding with how church leadership works at All Saints.
Costa del Holidays 2023: Save the Date!
Our plans for this year’s holiday at home have begun. Don’t miss the opportunity to join us for 3 wonderful days from Wednesday 16th – Friday 18th August 2023 so please save the dates. Further details will follow soon.
Kids Church Helpers
We need you!! Can you offer one Sunday morning a month? This may be less, depending on how many people sign up. Being a kids church helper requires no planning or prep, it’s literally a support role to the leaders and the kids during the session. Because we are so blessed with so many children and young people, we desperately need more people to help so we don’t have to start limiting our numbers, which we really don’t want to do. This is also a great way to see what we get up to in kids church and be encouraged by the wonderful faith our precious children have in learning more about Jesus. If you want more information or want to sign up to help, please talk to Gemma Gaudion or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. This role requires a DBS check which the office will process for you.
Who Let the Dads Out?
Who Let the Dads Out? is a once a month group that gives dads, father figures and their children the opportunity to spend time together and have fun. It’s run at Hoole Lighthouse Centre, Westminster Road, Hoole, on the first Saturday of every month, from 10am-12noon.
Bacon/veggie sausage butties, filter coffee, tea, cold drinks and biscuits as well as toys for babies and children approximately under the age of 8.
It’s a great chance for dads to get together and talk about life and raising children from their vantage point.
If you would like any further info, please look on the WLTDO website: https://www.careforthefamily.org.uk/support-for-you/faith-in-the-family/support-for-churches/wltdo/
The next sessions are Saturdays February 4th and March 4th.
News from Hoole Church of England Primary School
“Our school vision is ‘Let your light shine’ (Matthew 5:16). We seek to provide opportunities for children’s light to shine in so many different ways as we recognise that pupils have unique skills and talents.
We celebrate children’s sporting achievements outside of school via our weekly school newsletter. Pupils proudly bring in certificates and awards they have been presented with from their clubs and we celebrate everyone who starts and perseveres with new sporting ventures.
In addition, to this, we access an array of local competitions and tournaments so that children can try out and participate with different sports. We send children of all sporting abilities to local events. This year to date, we have played in netball, football, kurling, multi-sports, boccia and athletics events. An ex- pupil of our school who now plays for Sale Sharks rugby team visited us with the wheelchair rugby team and children in Year five had the opportunity to take part in wheelchair rugby matches.
We were very proud to present athletics medals to a group of children in a recent worship. The medals were presented by the West Cheshire Athletics Club who ran a competition comprising of four races. Leon in Year five won the gold medal for the strongest performance over the series of races and our Year five boys’ team were presented with a medal for their winning teamwork.
We also celebrated our football team being invited to the Cheshire Schools finals in Crewe. Once again, the team showed determination and enthusiasm on behalf of our school family.
Thank you for your prayers and good wishes for our school.”
– Rosalind Flanders, Headteacher
New Wine 2023
|Week A: Wednesday 26 July — Sunday 30 July|
Kent Event Centre, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 3JF
To book, request All Saints Hoole along with our postcode CH2 3HZ.
0-2: free 0-4: £90 5-11: £125 11-18: £145 Adult: £175
This week’s prayer focus is for Heart & Soul Cafe.
Pray for the sick, especially for Charli Perkins, Paul Johnson, Len Morris, Sarah, Sharon Newall, Georgia Harding, Dean Wilson, John & Sheila Douglas, Angela Underhill, Elijah (baby son of Rachel Collier’s friend), Matt Banks, Richard Jones, Alastair Vize, Florence Petri, Viv Sumner, Alex Haslam, Cath Wells, Steve Bubb, Christopher Wilkinson, Cathy Armstrong, Doris Holland, Su Jones, Rachel Kirkland, Anne Blundell (Jane Speare’s sister), Frazer & Nicky Budd, Jean Price (Laura Walker’s mum) and Cora Fielding.
Pray for the long-term sick, especially for Doreen Edwards, Hilary Shergold, Mary
Maddocks, Jane Ashford, Stephen Beveridge, Reg & Jane Bolton, Mina Bowles, Katy
Durdant-Hollamby, Audrey Davies, Peter Fabian, Ron Griffiths, Gill Holt, Jeannie Hughes, Pip Jones, Elizabeth Lusty (Pawson), Cath Reeve, Tony & Margaret Thackray, Raphael Vize, Paula Warren, Catherine Wilson and others at home especially Sheila Davies, Gladys Heppell and Joyce Kirby.
Pray for the bereaved, especially for the family and friends of the late Roy Poynton, Pat Creeth (Andy’s mum), Ruth Dutton and Michael Peers.
Pray for those bereaved a year ago, especially for the family and friends of the late Joan Smith.
We raised a fabulous £541.50 at our Christingle Services which has since been paid to The Children’s Society.
Ukraine Christian Ministries
Thank you for your support of Ukraine Christian Ministries. The total raised in 2022 was £965 and is in addition to the £250 donated from the All Saints Tithe by the Wider Church Committee.
Missing Christmas Jumper
Obby Guinness has lost his brand new Christmas jumper and we’re wondering if anyone might have seen it in or around the church/centre in the week leading up to Christmas. If so, please do let Rachael or the office know. Thank you!
The World Church
All Saints supports a number of individuals and groups around the world. Please see the noticeboard at the back of church, or visit our mission page for information on our mission partners.
West Cheshire Food Bank are in need of donations of unopened, within date, items – particularly tinned potatoes, instant mash, jams, spreads, custard, UHT juice and tinned meat. Please put any donations in the collection crates in the church centre foyer. Alternatively, you can make a cash donation online. Thank you for your continued support.
Greeting cards for all occasions by Gill Holt. Please have a look after the Sunday services and support the work of Tearfund.
- Rangemaster classic Deluxe 90 cooker. Dual fuel – gas hob, electric ovens. 2 ovens plus separate grill. Great cooker. Needs to go by end of January. Buyer collects.
Glass cooker hood too. Photos are available from Vicki and the office.
See Vicki or email email@example.com
- The church centre have two Beko fridge/freezers available. One in full working order for which a donation would be welcome and the other would be suitable for use in a garage for drinks, as the fridge doesn’t quite keep its temperature. This one is free.
See Christina or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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