All Saints News Sheet

If you are new to All Saints and are considering making us your spiritual home, please pick up a welcome brochure at the back of Church or better still, please say “hello” to one of our Welcomers. You can also contact our Church Office ( if you have any questions. You can also find tonnes of information about our Church on this website.

In common with the rest of the Diocese in Europe, we have robust procedures to ensure the safety of young children and vulnerable adults.  Our Safeguarding Team comprises Bernice Reid, Louise Bowley and Sue Shaw.  Please contact them with any queries or concerns.  The new email for the Safeguarding Team is

A supervised Crèche will be available today following the Worship Songs! Crèche will be supervised every 4th Sunday of the month but unsupervised for all other Sundays. Parents, please speak to one of the Welcomers for more information

As we are all aware, there is a growing concern regarding the spread of the coronavirus.  Conscious that we need to monitor this as it develops, and in light of advice from both the Diocese and local health agencies, we would offer the following (in the short term) as we gather each Sunday in worship.

As our hands are far more likely to be a source of germs than lips, please be meticulous in proper hand washing. On Sunday, you will find antiseptic gels throughout the Church building. Thanks for using them.  With respect to Communion and our use of the Common Cup, the Bishop writes, “Should a communicant not wish to drink from the chalice then he or she ought to receive the consecrated bread alone. It is Anglican teaching that to receive the sacrament in one kind only is to receive the sacrament in its entirety.”

Please do not hesitate to speak to the Chaplain or Church Wardens if you have any questions.

There will be a short service of Holy Communion, marking the beginning of Lent on Wednesday 26th February at 19h00 in the Church.

This Lent you are invited to join the rest of the All Saints family in journeying through Lent in the company of the booklet, “Care for God’s Creation”, a 40 day reflection for adults and families. With weekly themes and prayers shaped around the first Genesis account of creation, it explores the urgent need for humans to value and protect the abundance God has created. Each day offers a Bible reading, a short reflection and an action to help you live in greater harmony with God, neighbour and nature. You can pick up a booklet at the back of Church from Sunday 16th February.

Your child(ren) is/are to invited to come and join in the fun at the first FunFriday Bible Club event of 2020. It will take place on Friday 28 February starting at 4.30pm through to 6.30pm. Open to all children between ages 4-10 years.

Only 5frs per child for two hours of action & laughter with lots of learning to understand why the word of God is sweeter than honey.

Spaces are limited, so sign up today to secure a place for your child(ren). Any questions to contact Clare Camoeira via or Calen Gayle

Friday 6th March 2020 at 12h15 at All Saints Church followed by buffet lunch in the hall.

How about joining us for Irish stew and a sing-along as we fete St. Patrick (albeit a couple of days late …) on Friday, the 20th March, at 12.30 in the Church Hall. Usual five francs in the tin and warm welcome to all. To help with catering, kindly enroll with Ruth or Sandra ( by the previous Tuesday.

The Annual General Meeting of All Saints Church will take place on Sunday 5th April at 10h00. Electoral Roll forms will be available from Sunday 16th February at the back of Church. Anyone wishing to be enrolled as a member of All Saints Church, should fill in the form and return it to Louise Bowley, our Church Administrator. If you have any questions concerning the Annual General Meeting please speak to the Chaplain or the Church Wardens.

Following the Celebration Sunday on January 26th, it was decided to relaunch the Contact magazine- never fear, it is not disappearing – but the number of issues and focus will be slightly different.

Instead of 4 issues, we will not have 3 – end of April, August and December. Also we will no longer have a specific focus but rather the magazine will be ‘windows’ on our Church life.

As always we welcome any contributions – big or small. Deadline: Friday 17th April.

As many of you are aware, this years theme is ROCKY RAILROAD and to set the scene of a good old-fashioned locomotive and caboose for the kids that will be learning that “Jesus’ power pull us through” we need some supplies to pull it off!

So the following items (at least for the moment) would be really useful but not all compulsory:-

• sturdy cardboard boxes (any size but good condition to then be able to cut up as required)
• old air vent (tumble dryer kind)
• large cardboard boxes (dishwasher/washing machine-dryer appliance size) 3 or 4 including the protection if in cardboard
• 20” tall flower pot (plastic would be better)
• round push-lights – battery operated x 2
• any spare roof guttering that be cut in two to make a train track
• any spare 4×2 wood batten pieces (decent size length that can be cut to size required)
• a slinky that can potentially be painted..
• 3 or 4 Christmas trees (no decorations required) yes I know you’ve just put them away….!
• metal beer bottle tops (approx 60 needed) or coffee capsules
• old style suitcases-trunks (6)
• large buckets (the type that the salt for the road is sold in) with lid if possible
• spare interior flat paint: pillar-box red / gray / black / green / white
• 2 x 140l fiber drums with lid – these are normally made of recycled paper or coconut fibre and are used to transport pharmaceutical items or powdered items – this item may be difficult to get – a good start might be anyone who has contact with a pharmaceutical company, Broc chocolate factory or Nestle PTC Orbe, Serono-Merck don’t use the fiber version only plastic)

And lastly….
• your time: if you have a few hours to spare would love to have help with setting up the decoration on Monday 20 April from 9:30 onwards til finished!

Please advise Clare Camoeira ( or Calen Gayle ( what you might be able to provide so it can be crossed off the list and please ensure that any items needing to be returned are marked with your name.

MARK YOUR DIARIES: The All Saint’s Church Annual Holiday Bible Club will be in full swing during the Easter break every morning from 9:30am through to 12:30 between Tuesday 21 April to Friday 24 April 2020. Open to all children between ages 4-10 years.

This is a fab opportunity to get away – Reflect, Rewind, Receive and be Refreshed!
We’ve had a fantastic time the last two years forging stronger friendships with one another and enjoying time in the presence of our Heavenly Father, surrounded by beautiful scenery. We’d love for you to join us again this Spring.

• When? 10am Saturday 9th May to the afternoon of Sunday 10th.
• Where? Le Vieux Chalet, Chateau d’Oex.
• Theme? Solitude and Community – Open to God and Open to others. This will be led by our guest speaker Helen Marshall from Bern.
• Who is it for? All women!
• Cost? Total cost will be 150chf which includes shared accommodation (rooms sleep 2-4) and meals.

The church banking details are:

BCV, 1001 Lausanne
En faveur de : ALL SAINTS CHURCH, Ave de la Prairie 40, 1800 Vevey
Compte: Z 0780.16.30
Motif versement: Womens weekend
Swift Code: BCV LCH 2LXXX
IBAN: CH09 0076 7000 Z078 0163 0

If you require a single room or you cannot make the payment in full, please speak to Maxine to find a solution!

Can you help with the first step towards a supervised Crèche? Our goal is to provide a supervised Crèche on the fourth Sunday of the month (23rd) for the next few months with the hope of extending this to twice a month on the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month.

What needs to happen to make this a reality? Firstly, we need volunteers. Each Crèche needs two (potentially three depending on numbers of children) volunteers, one of whom needs to be Safeguarded. Could this be you?

Wednesday 11.03.20, 9:15-11am
Writing Workshop
Alexis Bradford

Farel House Library, Huemoz
A brief exploration of the retelling of stories and the roles they play in shaping our own narratives, followed by a writing workshop to play with these ideas.

Wednesday 11.03.20, 8pm
Movie and discussion « Faces Places » (2007)
Daniela Franco

Chalet Bellevue, Huemoz (main building : « L’Abri Fellowship » pin on Google)
A melancholic and touching road-trip documentary about growing friendships, building memories, and caring about your neighbour, while making art in the process.

Friday 13.03.20, 7:30pm
Desserts followed by lecture
Everyday Creativity
Per-Ole Lind

Farel House Library, Huemoz
The world tell us, that art is either for the elite – or for the masses. It’s either high in the galleries or wide in streaming: If you’re loved by the chosen few, or by the masses: You’re an artist.
But what if you’re neither? How do we navigate art from a Christian angle? Is art really supposed to be either success or exclusivity?

Saturday 14.03.20, 9:15-11am
Watercolor workshop
Heidy Sumei Chuang

Farel House Library, Huemoz
Sign up required at
During this workshop, we will explore the nature of color and it’s story through painting the landscape. All levels are welcome and no previous experience required.

Sunday 15.03.20, 11am-12pm
Word and Image Bible study
Per-Ole Lind

Farel House Library, Huemoz

More information at
Please park at Farel house (search for “L’Abri Fellowship Parking” on google maps) and not the main student building.

An opportunity to share a meal with other members of Church. Simply sign up and come along! More information coming soon.

Would you be free to cook for the Alpha Course? The Alpha Course is based around a meal. Food is a fantastic way to help people relax after a busy day, get to know each other and provide a space for great conversation. If you would consider cooking one evening for Alpha, could you contact Christine Ng (079 712 13 16, Thank you!!

Looking for French conversation practise. Approximately 30 mins, 3-4 times per week. Flexible on what time. Ideally – and more practically – via Skype. My objective: to improve pronunciation, fluency and comprehension. And, to point me in the direction of grammar as needed. If interested, please contact Suzanne Godfrey (via or after the 9am service .

Are you a student or young professional looking to rent a room in a shared flat? Room for rent in a beautiful 2.5 room apartment in a quiet neighborhood in Lausanne, This sunny apartment has a balcony and a large garden. The kitchen and bathroom are shared as are the laundry room and cellar. Available from: 1.02.2020 Address: 1004 Lausanne Price: 800 CHF/month Looking forward to hearing from you, Myriam Ladaique (contact via

Ripple – our Friday night event for 14-18’s – kicks off on Friday 17th. This term our aim is to meet in people’s homes rather than in the Church Hall. Would you be willing to host? Please contact Calen (076 652 89 99).

Are you between 14-18 years old? Coming to PC this year? If so we’d love you to sign up before the end of the month. Speak to Calen (076 652 89 99) for more details!!

You are an adult and you want to get involve with Project Compassion 2020. Great! There are plenty of opportunity here and in Romania. Please contact Calen or Florent Peutot (via If you want to go to Romania, you need to decide by the end of January 2020.

Since the 23rd December you will be pleased to know that there is a special ’emergency service’ at the Providence Hospital in Vevey (not far from the Church), Ave de la Prairie 3, 1800 Vevey, which is open 7 days a week between 8h and 20h for adults and children from 4 years old for all medical problems. You do not need a rendezvous. Telephone number is 058 773 21 46.

An equivalent service is offered at the Monthey Hospital, Route de Morgins 54, 1870 Monthey. Telephone number 058 773 11 46.

For emergencies for all especially babies phone 144 or visit Hôpital Riviera-Chablais, Route du Vieux-Séquoia 20, 1847 Rennaz. To contact a duty doctor in Vaud phone 0848 133 133 and in Valais phone 0900 144 033. More information can be found here. 30 minutes free emergency parking – 2CHF per hour in main car park afterwards.

There is also a Permanence at both Montreux and Vevey Gare from 08h-18h30 each week day and 09h-13h on Saturdays. A Paediatrician will be available at Vevey Gare 50% of the time.

The January news bulletin of the Neuchatel Church can be found here announcing service times and forthcoming events. Please do check their website,, for additional information.

A new edition of Contact Magazine is now available in hard copy at the back of church or online on the Church Website.

Bernice Reid works as a midwife at the CHUV and they are looking for clothes for newborn refugee babies and their mothers. If you can help, please contact her on

The Church Council is aiming to provide two parking spaces in the Church Carpark for people with disabilities. Currently one space (by the Church Hall) is marked on Sunday mornings with a traffic cone. Thanks for respecting this! More formal signage will appear soon.

LECTIO 365 is a daily devotional resource that helps you pray the Bible every day. Written by leaders from the 24-7 Prayer movement, and produced in partnership with CWR, this resource helps you engage with Scripture to inspire prayer and shape your life. Journey through the year with Pete Greig, Carla Harding, Phil Togwell, Jill Weber and international guest writers. Lectio365 is based upon the simple model of P.R.A.Y. Pausing to be still; Rejoicing with a Psalm and Reflect on scripture; Asking God to help us; and Yielding to his will in our lives that day, come what may.

To download, click here

Our midweek evening Small Groups are starting up again after a well-earned summer break. Groups meet in Lausanne, Villars, Vevey, Blonay, and Jongny. Additionally the Inductive Bible Studay meets every Sunday after the 10h30 church service in the church hall.For more information, head to our Church Website – Small Groups. Exciting news about a Lausanne small group coming soon.

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