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Alex’s Recital

After the service on Sunday 2 July, Alex, one of our organists, gave a piano recital as part of her preparation for her diploma exam later the same week. She gave a brilliant rendition of works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and Poulenc. Here’s what Peter, our choirmaster, has to say; “What a wonderful recital Alex…

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70 years on – We Remember Them

As part of the Mumbles Lifeboat and Samtampa 70th Anniversary Memorial Events a service was held at All Saints Church and at the memorial plaque on the rocks at Sker Point. The service was in memory of the crews of both vessels, 47 men in total, who perished in the raging storm that swept up…

Spring Cleaning at All Saints

Let there be light !! At last all the bulbs have been renewed and cobwebs removed – our heartfelt thanks to Nathan for manoeuvring our hired-in scissors lift (not for the faint hearted at nearly 30ft – except Sian Jones) and gaining access to all but two high level lights above the Sanctuary steps –…

All Saints Centenary Mass

All Saints’ Centenary ended in February with a celebratory service. All past and present clergy and ordinands were invited and we were delighted to see so many familiar faces. The Very Reverend Dr Jeffrey John, Dean of St Albans, preached and the service also saw the Return of the Talents. The Talents Scheme was an opportunity for us to see how much…

German Youth Wind Band raises the roof!

A real treat for Easter Monday! The Landesjugend Blasorchester Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony Youth Wind Band) gave a magnificent performance and really raised the roof at All Saints. The concert entitled ‘A Tale of Two Countries’ celebrated German and British music for symphonic winds and included a wide repertoire with music from Philip Sparke, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Richard Wagner, Queen and Elgar.  Our…

Christmas Tree Festival 2014

All Saints looked truly spectacular with over 70 decorated trees at this year’s Christmas Tree Festival. Each of the trees was unique, representing Churches, organisations, charities, schools and businesses from the local community. It certainly reflected the warm spirit of unity within our town. Thanks to all. It was very appropriate that the Rotary logo for this year is ‘Light up Rotary’. Two…