All Saints' Church

A welcoming parish church at the heart of the community.

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From scroll to best-selling paperback - the adventures behind how we got our Bible (includes exploration of issues of Bible translation and a bit on the work of Wycliffe Bible translators and the Bible Society).

Leader: Rev. Dr. Sue Woan

We will be having another teaching day at ASM on Saturday 12th October 2024. From ancient scrolls to best-selling paperbacks, the journey of how we received our Bible is a fascinating tale. It encompasses the challenges of Bible translation and touches on the efforts of organizations like the Wycliffe Bible Translators and the Bible Society. Rev. Dr. Sue Woan, with her gift of bringing such subjects to life, has led days at ASM before, on "A romp through the Old Testament", "Walking in New Testament Footsteps" and two half-days on the Gospel of Mark and the Gospel of John. We are delighted to have her back again. Free tickets will be available through EventBrite as before. Start and End Time shown above are only approximate and will be confirmed later. More details to follow...

Contact Alan for more details - 01362 857904

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Thanks from Open Doors

Dear Friends at All Saints - Mattishall, 

Thank you so much for your kind gift of £462.00 to strengthen our persecuted church family around the world who are risking it all to follow Jesus. Thanks to your prayers and support, our brothers and sisters know they are not alone and can stand strong in their faith.
Lalita* gave her life to Jesus last year, exposing her to verbal abuse and physical attack from her in-laws. She and her son were later thrown out of their home after she refused to take part in Hindu funeral rites when a relative died. Her husband has been living abroad for 15 years and her local community won’t help her unless she renounces her faith.
Today, Lalita and her son live in a small house on her in-law’s land. She works as a maid. Her in-laws want her to leave, but she is standing firm in her faith – helped by you, after attending persecution survival training.
“I am very much thankful to God and Open Doors partners,” she says. “This seminar strengthens my faith. I knew that I was not alone in this persecution journey. The stories of God’s people encouraged me to depend on the Lord. This training became a cornerstone for me to stand on in the time of difficult situations. Thank you.”

May the Lord fill you with His Spirit and surround you with His love.

Your sister in Christ,

Henrietta Blyth
CEO, Open Doors UK and Ireland



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How To Find Us

Coming into Mattishall from the Norwich end, All Saints's church will be clearly on your left. Turn left just before it and after about 100 metres on your right is a car park at the entrance to the churchyard and opposite Victoria stores. This location has a post code of NR20 3QF and is best used if coming by car. More parking can be found just off the main road (Dereham Road) on Old School Green (NR20 3FG) or along the main road itself There is also an hourly bus service which stops opposite the church (route 4 from KonectBus) which comes from Norwich and Dereham.
If coming to the church from the western end of the village, continue to the far end of the village. All Saints' church will be very clearly on your right. Turn right immediately past it to come to the car park mentioned above.

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