Our vision is to be a serving church that reaches out into the community as well as to those within the church. With open hearts and minds we welcome everyone into the Love of God through prayer and action.
We hope that you will find what you are looking for in these pages, and the correct person to contact if you want to go further.
If you are new to Squirrels Heath All Saints, we would love to get to know you, so please get in touch.
The flower arrangers provide arrangements and displays each week on a rota, as well as particularly special displays for festivals and big events. No experience necessary and the arrangements and vases can be put in place in less than an hour. Please speak to Vicar Chris if you think you might be able to help.
Before or after any of our services, please feel free to leave a prayer on our Prayer Tree, situated near the Votive Candles (near the pulpit). Each week these prayers will be offered up to God as part of our Intercessions during our mid-week Communion Service.
We are working towards our Royal Astronomical Brownie Challenge.
We have painted “moon” rocks; made pinhole reflectors showing the different star constellations;
stood in the Church car park watching the Moon and Venus in the sky; and experimented with the effect asteroids and comets have had over millions of years as they hit the Moon and Earth.
We put layers of flour, glitter and finally cocoa powder in a box to represent the strata of the moon and earth surfaces.
We dropped marbles of various sizes and with different forces to see how the layers were churned up or holes (craters) made.
We planted the flower bed in the Church Car Park in the autumn. The flowers are all coming into bloom!
Music has been offered in worship since Biblical times; this offering is vitally important, for music has the ability to transcend words; it is the language of the spirit. Music can inspire, excite, soothe, and heal; it can unite people of different backgrounds and nationalities, it can speak to people of all faiths and of none, and it can point the way to God.
Through Compassion UK, All Saints sponsors Melvine Gum who lives in Uganda. Please consider contributing towards our sponsorship, by leaving a donation using the ‘hole-in-the-wall’ at the back of Church (left side of the double doors). Many thanks, Chris.
Compassion UK web site here.
Please continue to donate non-perishable foodstuffs, tins, jars, packets to the Rainham Foodbank.; most needed items include tinned fish, UHT milk and sugar. On Monday evenings, I will taking these gifts to the FoodBank at 35A New Road, Rainham, RM13 8DR, where the Foodbank is open between 6-7:30pm. Foodbank is also open on Wednesdays at Holy Cross Church, Hornchurch, 11am-1pm. Chris
We collect unwanted clothes that are given either to “Hope4Havering” for the homeless or to the newly established “Clothes Bank” at Rainham Foodbank.
There is a green wheelie bin in the church where clothes can be left.
Under the present Covid-19 restrictions the following information is not applicable.
Normally, our Sunday services are a mix of Family Communion, Parish Communion, Family Parade and an informal Cafe Service. All held at 10.30am. We hold separate Children's Groups during most Services.
Every Sunday @ 8:30am Holy Communion (Informal said service with sermon)