All Saints News Sheet

The large majority of our Sunday services at All Saints have the very same component parts. This is intentional as each component part is meant to be something we take with us in the week ahead. This sermon series will explore how 7 of these components are actually in reality life long habits that not only have the power to shape us but the also the world around us.

Sunday, 14th May, was slightly different from our normal Sunday schedule. In place of our two morning services, the two congregations came together to celebrate what has been happening in our Church Family over the past year. This was followed by a shortened AGM where we received the Financial Report for 2016 and also appointed members of our Church to our Chaplaincy Council. Minutes of our meeting will be circulated around the membership very soon.

The following people were elected last Sunday – Maxine Kibble & Richard Jefferiss-Jones (Church Wardens); Alex Bates (Church Council); Claire Daglish and Mark Jones (Archdeaconry Reps).

Going forward our Church Council Members are ….
Richard Jefferiss-Jones (Warden)
Maxine Kibble (Warden)

Claire Daglish (Archdeaconry Representative)
Mark Jones (Archdeaconry Representative)

Liz Andrews (Council Member)
Alex Bates (Council Member)
Louise Bowley (Council Member)
Andrea Bruce (Council Member)
Michael Cotton (Council Member)
Muriel Ijere Crot (Council Member)
Ivor Ligertwood (Council Member)
Sue Shaw (Council Member)
Mike Stead (Council Member)
Carl Wahlers (Council Member)

If you would like to know more about what it means to be a member of All Saints please contact Clive directly.

You are invited to attend a talk by Mme Lois Fergusson about Medair’s work in South Sudan working with the most vulnerable peoples in the world on 1st June at 12h00 to 14h00 at Medair, Chemin du Croset 9A, Ecublens. Please contact Medair for more details by email

10 All Saints ladies are off to the Cherish Women’s Conference at the beginning of June. They’d love your prayers as they travel and as they carve out this time for the Lord.

Come and join in the fun for another FunFriday Bible Club event of 2017. Before we end the school year and the joys of the summer days ahead, we would like to invite your child(ren) for some FunFriday fun & games whilst delving into the delights of the bible stories.

It will take place on Friday 16 June 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 about the word of God.

Spaces are limited, so sign up today to secure a place for your child(ren). Contact Clare Camoeira (079-901 2881) or by email or alternatively our youth coordinator, Michael for further details.

Pop this date in your diary!! Enjoy a ridiculously unhealthy breakfast and a great speaker together with ladies from the All Saints Family. Friends are very welcome.

During the Summer there will be one service only at 10h00.

Join us for a Picnic in the Park (weather permitting) after the service on Sunday 2nd July. Bring your hampers and your champers for a relaxed time together. More details to follow.

This year we are heading back to Soul Survivor! Soul Survivor has been a wonderful experience for all the young people who have attended in the past. This year we will be travelling to the conference in Scotland from the 5th – 9th August. The cost for the conference is £114 Sterling. We will be taking a maximum of 14 young people aged 12-18.This is first come first served. If you are interested in going please get in touch with Michael at or 0793362963

It’s time to sign up for the Church Weekend. Sign up forms are at the back of the Church. We’d love as many from the Church Family to attend as possible so please get in contact with Clive if you have financial concerns. Ian and Ruth Coffey will lead the Adult stream, Brice Johnson and the Youth Compass Team are coming back to lead our Teenager Stream and we hope to have confirmation on our Children’s stream by the end of the month. Most importantly of all, there will be a Crèche!!

The Spring Edition of Contact Magazine is now available here with hard copies at the back of the church. Margaret and Kate have once again done a fantastic job with the focus this time on or Mission Partners.

The latest Neuchatel church magazine is centered around Easter as they approach Holy Week, with articles by Ken and Roy on the theme of suffering and grief but also on its resolution with Christ’s conquest of death through the Resurrection. Continuing the topic of the Reformation, of which we are celebrating the 500th anniversary this year, the magazine is focussing on events in Neuchâtel this spring and summer, and on the Huguenot connection.

Their website address has changed and is now

During the month of June 2016, 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.

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

All Saints’ has a Facebook Page. Please click here to Like the page. If you would like to receive details from this page, also click Get Notifications (found by clicking the arrow on the Like button). Please share articles from this page to increase publicity for our events. If you have any photographs of current or previous events, please contact Louise Bowley on email

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