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All Saints Church Hall

Harry and Charlotte’s Wedding A number of years ago following a successful event in All Saints Church Hall, someone suggested the hall would make a wonderful venue for a wedding. Harry and Charlotte picked up on this and thought it would be a wonderful idea – a venue for their wedding with a more personal…

Parish magazine June 2017

Click here to read the June issue of the Parish magazine online. It’s such a joy to be editor of this magazine. Reports come in from across the Parish, all independently written and on a range of different subjects. I never cease to be amazes (and pleased!) when a theme emerges from the diverse contributions.…

Christian Aid Week Quiz Night

On Sunday 21st May a quiz night was held at the ‘Globe’ with all monies raised going to Christian Aid.  Our team consisted of the bell ringers, Father Philip and Gareth who asked to join our team.  We were immediately heckled by a team called the ‘Brainy Baptists’, so it was game on! We called ourselves ‘The Rampant Ringers’ and the first…

200 Club re-launch

On Saturday 3rd June, we spent a very pleasant afternoon in All Saints Hall (recently decorated for Charlotte and Harry’s wedding) to re-launch the Parish 200 Club. We greeted our supporters with a glass of Prosecco which was  later followed by scones (with cream and jam), cakes (left for us by the bride and groom) and cups of tea or coffee. There…

Mothers’ Union 25th Anniversary Service

Our June meeting was a ‘celebration tea’ to celebrate Fr Phillip’s 25 years in charge of All Saints Porthcawl. We started with a short service at 2.30pm. Sue Coughlin welcomed everyone, then a hymn, the Mothers’ Union prayer, followed by a lovely eulogy (with humour) by Hannah Jones telling us of Fr Phillip’s time at…

Mothers in the Bible

At the Mothers’ Union Meeting on the 4th April, Father Philip gave a very interesting talk on mothers in the Bible. After a quiz, in which our members had 100% (with all answers correct!), Fr. Philip circulated a copy of Proverbs 31, the first two lines of which are; ‘A capable wife who can find? She is far more precious than jewels.’…