All Saints Parish Church, Normanton is a friendly and welcoming Anglican Church, committed to serving God and our local community. Our services follow traditional patterns but are lively and informal. In everything we do we place a high emphasis on the Bible, on worship & prayer and on building relationships. We would love to see you – why not join us?

Today’s Events

Worship Team at The Howells
Starts: 7:30 pm
Taking place in: 15 hours, 14 mins


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  • Parish Weekend 2015 “Home & Away”: 1st-4th May As many of you will know this year’s Parish Weekend will be different! We have planned a full weekend of events including a day out to the seaside: Friday Eve: Crazy Golf & Pie ‘n’ Peas Saturday: Day Trip to Skipsea with teaching sessions from Pete & Michele Guinness, free-time ...
  • Housegroups There are many ways in which to get connected with other Christians at All Saints and we are seeking to extend this provision by starting a new Housegroup. If you feel God is calling you to open up your home or if you are willing to lead a group at the Parish Rooms (on a Tuesday ...
  • Children’s Groups YOU CAN BE THE DIFFERENCE it makes by volunteering for 1 hour just once a month to these vital ministries at All Saints. ALL our groups need more people to help and unless you come forward we will have to cease running some groups. Please pray about which ministry you could get involved in (crèche, ...
  • WOW – DVD Night Wednesday 28 January, 7:30pm at Marianne Fernandez’s home We will be watching the new “Left Behind” movie. All welcome – if you’re a woman! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrXe8YDbzYs
  • Open Doors Our next prayer meeting is on Saturday 24 January 2015 at 10.30am in Ginny’s home.  We will be praying for our persecuted brothers and sisters in North Korea and will be listening to part of Hea Woo’s story, who was sentenced to labour camp in North Korea for fleeing to China.  Everyone is welcome to join us in fellowship ...
  • Our New Logo You may have noticed that the church logo has changed. This is partly in response to many comments that the church is not the building but the people. Lots of churches have moved away from having the building as their logo. Our new logo represents the three dimensions of our life together: the upward dimension – which is ...

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