All Saints' Church

Welcome to All Saints' Church at Welborne

We meet each Sunday in our beautiful mediaeval bulding, which is warm and welcoming. We care very much for each other and the world around us. At Welborne we are part of one big inclusive church family for prayer and praise. We know God is with us and it is particularly clear when we walk into our building.

Our church family is there for all and if you have never joined us before, you will notice the peace and tranquility as soon as you walk in through the door.

We would love to welcome you to one of our services which are held on the first, second, third and fourth Sundays of each month. On the fifth Sunday, we join with the rest of the benefice congregations for a United Benefice service at different places each time around the benefice. Please note that our service on the fourth Sunday is usually later in the morning than for the first three Sundays of the month.

The church building is open every day from 1st April to 31st October, 10am to 4pm. Outside of these times, please contact the churchwarden, Susan Cross.

 

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Harvest Festival

We will be collecting gifts for the Salvation Army "Toys and Tins Appeal” followed by Harvest Lunch in the village Hall(tickets £6.00, children £1.50.) Tickets available from Susan or Joyce.  

 
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Spring Harvest Local (4 days to go)

 

Concert by Joanna Eden (3 weeks to go)

 

Concert by D'Capo Choir (3 weeks to go)

 

Benefice Bright Party (1 month to go)

 

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Thought for the month - September 2019

Whenever I open the door of our garden shed, my eyes are drawn to a small green watering can that we bought for our grandson so that he could help me water the tomatoes. It reminds me of 1 Corinthians 3, verses 5-9, verse 6 of which says:

“I planted the seed, Apollos watered it, but God made it grow.”

During the next five weeks we have lots of harvest events taking place across the benefice with special services, suppers and school assemblies. Opportunities to come together and give thanks to our God who provides for all our needs and to give thanks for those whose labour brings food to our tables.

Living in a rural community, we witness first-hand the changing seasons that determine the farming year. Paul uses the image of farming or gardening to send an important message to the young church at Corinth, namely that whilst one person may plant, another water - it is God who makes things grow. We each have a job to do and working together, we can be fruitful.

In September, our grandson starts primary school. It strikes me that teachers are farmers of a different kind, as they sow seeds for learning to open up the world to our young people. I pray that my grandson will get a taste for more than just tomatoes!

May this season of harvest be one for giving thanks; and for remembering the generosity of those who donate to our local foodbanks, community fridge and who have provided meals for children during the summer holidays.

And finally, my prayer is that God will help us to grow his church in our benefice.   

Sally

 

 

 

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How To Find Us

If using a sat nav, please use NR20 3LQ rather than the official post code of NR20 3LN.

If coming to All Saints, Welborne from Mattishall or Norwich, turn south into Church Lane opposite Blind Lane approximately half way between Mattishall and East Tuddenham. The road is marked to Welborne and Runhall. Pass some dwellings on your left and continue down the narrow road to All Saints'. Note this road is narrow and you may need to pull over to the side if there is oncoming traffic. As you approach the church is is rather hidden by trees on your left.
Just by the church it is possible to park on a small green space at the T-junction and there is some parking space on your left opposite the church.

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