All Saints News Sheet

If you love great food from around the world and would like to connect with other members of All Saints the Fellowship Lunch will be right up your street. It happens once a month on the fourth Sunday of every month and follows the 10h30 service. Everyone is welcome. Please bring either a main course or dessert to share.

We kick off a new series of talks on Sunday 19th entitled “King’s Cross”, a journey through John 18 & 19 and the hours leading up to the crucifixion. Go with Jesus as he is arrested in Gethsemane; stand with him on trial before Pilate; and finally stay with him as he takes the final steps to the Cross. Be inspired, emboldened and humbled but above fall in love once again with Jesus, the friend of sinners.

Don’t forget that on Sunday 26th March the clocks will “spring” forward one hour. Sadly it means that we will all have one hour less in bed but the great news is, winter is coming to an end and spring and summer are on their way!

The Tuesday Break Alpha Course happily continues on Tuesdays this January at 14h30 in the Church Hall. Each week there will be a twenty minute video, followed by a time for questions and discussion and a cup of tea. Everyone is welcome.

Our 10th Holiday Bible Club will be held during Holy Week. Paul &the Underground Church will be in full swing for four days of marketplace adventure between 10-13 April 2017 starting at 9am through to noon. Open to all children between ages 4-10 years. Spaces will be limited and on a first come, first serve basis.

Sign-ups to experience the word of God through fun, games and lots of laughter will be sent out at the beginning of March.! Contact Clare Camoeira (079-901 2881, or Michael, our Youth Leader ( for further details.

If any adults are free for any of the days that Holiday Bible Club is running and you have time to spare and help lead with us can you either get in touch with Michael Anderson or Clare Camoeira, or write your name on the sign-up sheets in the hall downstairs.

Tuesday 11th April at 19h45 in the Church Hall
To round off our Small Group celebration, join us on Tuesday evening 11th for an evening of worship and stories, encouragement and fun. Everyone welcome.

Thursday 13th April at 19h00 in the Church Hall
Join us on Maunday Thursday for an evening of wonderful food, great company and worship all focused around the events of the Last Supper. More information to come.

14th April at 10h00 at All Saints Church
A short service for all ages as we remember the events of that first Good Friday.

16th April at La Tour de Peilz Harbour at 07h30
A short service by the Lake to celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord followed by breakfast at All Saints.

Core Junior is our Discipleship group for 10-13 year olds that meets on a Sunday morning during the 10.30am service. Due to a number of reasons we are short a few helpers. If you would be interested in helping out with this inspirational ministry then please get in touch with Michael Anderson after this morning’s service or by email on

Please note that the Electoral Roll will be revised by All Saints Church Council after Sunday 26th March 2017. Nominations to the Electoral Roll can be made up until this date. The revised Electoral Roll will then be posted until Sunday 9th April. Under the Church Representation Rules any persons are entitled to have their names entered on the roll, if they meet the criteria described on the application form. Forms of application for enrolment can be obtained at the back of church. In order to be entitled to attend the annual general meeting and to take part in its proceedings, forms of application for enrolment must be returned by the date shown above.

Please note that the Bookstall will be closing at the end of March. All books are free to a good home although a donation is of course welcome.

During the month of June this year, this community pledged over CHF60,000 to ensure the reappointment of a Children’s and Youth Minister. This was a fantastic answer to prayer and as a result of God’s grace and your generosity we are looking forward to welcoming Michael Anderson into the All Saints at the beginning of January. Thank you to those who have already realised your pledges. We are looking forward to all the Pledges kicking in this January in time for Michael’s arrival. If you would like more information about giving to the ministry of All Saints, please do not hesitate to get in contact with Andrea Bruce ( who heads up our Finance Team.

Michael Anderson, our new Children’s and Youth Minister will arrive on Thursday 5th January. Here are two ways in which you can help welcome him to Switzerland.

Invite him for Supper … especially if you have children or young people. Not only will you be offering hospitality to Michael but you will also give him an opportunity to connect with our family and children and young people he is here to serve.

Take him Out …. Going to a movie? Going skiing? Why not invite Michael to join you. As a matter of interest, Michael is a provincial level tennis player if anyone wants a lesson!

Contact Clive for more details (

Our Treasurer, Andrea Bruce, gave us feedback recently on the current financial position of All Saints, in particular, the outcome from the Pledge Day 2016. Please see here for more information.

If you would like to give to All Saints on a regular basis, please click here for information.


Ian and Ruth Coffey will be our keynote speakers for the Church Weekend this year. Ian and Ruth are regular speakers at summer conferences such as Spring Harvest and are church leaders in their own right. We are so excited that they are able to come along and hope you can too. Put the dates in your diary and pick up a sign up sheet at the back of Church.

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

Alexandre Dominique is a 49 years old French Christian looking for a job as an International NGO Project Manager. He teaches French and Spanish (A1-B2 levels – beginners and intermediate) at 30.-/h. For more information, please contact him on 0787924269.

For the near future, Crèche will be unsupervised.

In general, on a Sunday morning, we try to keep the Church Carpark free for the older members of All Saints as well as families with babies or disabled members. Alternative parking can be found along the Route de Blonay (above the railway bridge).

Christel Thompson is collecting clothing to send to Moldavia, Belorussia and the Ukraine. If you can help, please contact her on Christel is happy to receive any donations throughout the year.

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 addition to Prayer Ministry in church, you now have the opportunity to also send prayer requests for you or loved ones by completing a prayer request card at the back of church or email your request to You can also call Pieter or Rene Roux at 021 9443382 if you need someone to visit you

A little reminder that if at all possible please use the parking above the railway bridge on the Route de Blonay. Ideally we want to keep the church car park for the elderly members of church in addition to families with babies.

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