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  • Inside, Out

    Join us to hear Jonathan Aitken tell his story of politics, prison and faith. We'll hear the fascinating account of his life, and his new role as an ordained Minister. Everyone is welcome, Sunday 30th September, 4.30-5.30pm. At St James Church, East Ham Road, Littlehampton. Free admission with refreshments and a retiring collection in aid of Prison Fellowship and St James
  • July Update

    A few updates for things coming up in the life of All Saints... This Saturday - Church MeetingTea and coffee from 9.30am, then a chance to hear and discuss making space for future growth. If you can stay, please bring some food so we can share lunch together. All finished by 1pm. Church Prayer MeetingI'm bringing this forward a week as the following Sunday
  • Jail Break

    Over 3 nights in July 2018, All Saints Church performed Jail Break, a Roger Jones musical. With support from other local churches, a team of singers, soloists, dancers, narrators, technical and support volunteers came together for a memorable performance of this dramatic musical.  
  • June Update

    Dear Friends, There’s a few things that are coming up which I’d like to highlight, and then I’ve written a bit more detail in preparation for our church meeting on 30th June. Matthew Mulvenna’s Funeral Matthew’s funeral is going to be held in St Mary’s Church, Littlehampton (primarily due to space) on
  • Daniel and God's Faithfulness

    Our summer series at All Saints is in the book of Daniel. The book is one of the most exciting and adventurous accounts in the Bible, and has always been popular in Sunday School. But the message of Daniel is relevant for everyone, everywhere. There is a God who reigns and who is faithful. When you trust him, he will see you through wherever and
  • Annual Review 2017

    Every year, the Parish Church Council (PCC) produces a review of the Church finances and a summary of our year. This is a legal requirement for all parish churches, and also gives us an opportunity to reflect on how God has been at work amongst us and in the community.  You can download the report for 2017 here Click here for a scanned copy
  • Foodbank Meal

    Could you host a meal or a coffee morning and invite people to come and make a donation to Littlehampton Foodbank? It's a chance to get to know others in church and invite friends from other places. You could organise your own and invite friends from church and others who might be interested. It should be a good opportunity to share with each other
  • Year of Prayer

    Chichester Diocese has designated 2018 to have a special focus on prayer. At All Saints, we are going to focus on prayer in a number of different ways throughout the year. There will be more news on that coming soon! In the meantime, there are resources and other things to read, download and print on the Diocese website: ChichesterDiocese/YearofPrayer
  • Friends of Mombasa Children

    Several members of All Saints are involved with 'Friends of Mombasa Children,' a small, independent charity established in 2003. Over the last 15 years the charity has grown from a small group of committed volunteers to become a community of supporters that provides education, healthcare and a food programme to almost 400 of Mombasa's poorest children. Before Christmas, we heard about their latest plans