The All Saints Church Centre opened its doors to the people of Crowborough on 12 March 2000: a £2.4 million building project which has transformed the 18th century church into a modern complex of worship area and larger and smaller rooms fit to proclaim the message of Christ in the 21st century. With St Richard’s, our sister church at Alderbrook, All Saints provides a wide range of traditional and contemporary services so that members of the church family and their friends and visitors can come to worship God in a variety of ways.
Sunday at All Saints
begins at 8am
with a quiet Holy Communion
service without music and with a short sermon.
9.15am Morning Service A traditional Morning Service with hymns, organ and robed Choir. Refreshments are served in the Coffee Room after this service. Holy Communion is normally celebrated on the second Sunday of each month. Please contact the Church Office if you would like to take advantage of the minibus service.
10.45 Morning Worship
This service attracts our largest congregation: people of all ages, including children who start in church for 15 minutes with the whole church family before joining age-appropriate Junior Church groups. Songs and hymns are led by the Music Group. A crèche is available during this service and tea, coffee, soft drinks and cakes are served afterwards at the back of the church.
Holy Communion is usually on the second Sunday of each month.
On the third Sunday of most months Evensong takes place with the Choir and a short sermon. Afterwards, the congregation stay for tea and cakes.
Sunday@7 Evening Service
Our most informal service. With coffee, tea and cakes at 6.30pm, we welcome new arrivals and renew established friendships. As at all our services, careful and relevant teaching from the Bible is at the heart of this time together, and we are not just passive; there is always some way of interacting with the Bible’s message. Our teenagers and young adults are at this service, parents with young children take it in turns to come and be nourished spiritually, and there is a whole spread of older people too.
We encourage church family members to come to church twice on Sunday if possible.
On the first Wednesday of the month a simple service of worship is held at 3pm in the Prayer Chapel by the Barnabas Support Group. Familiar hymns, prayers and a talk, followed by tea and cake.
thirsty is a café style congregation meeting on the second and fourth Friday of each month in the All Saints Halls on Chapel Green.
Doors open at 7.30pm and there is plenty of opportunity to chat and relax with free refreshments available throughout the evening. The contemporary service usually starts around 8pm and our informal style allows guests of all ages to consider and respond to God’s word at their own pace.
Prayer ministry is available during the evening.
The leadership team of thirsty is Dave and Suzanne Alexander, Nick and Sarah Holcombe, Paul and Becca Feesey, Ian and Lynsey Barnard, Mike Lindley & Tom McDowell.
Any questions please contact Dave Alexander at email@example.com
For more information see www.thirsty.me.uk or click on the logo.