All Saints' Church

A welcoming parish church at the heart of the community.

Welcome. For service details and other events happening here, please see the pages on the website. To find the entrance to All Saints' Church (ASM to its friends) using what3words, please click here - procures.perfectly.pavilions.

 

 

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Benefice Ladies' Prayer Breakfast

Ladies, do join us for our monthly benefice prayer breakfast. Note the change of date.

If you can, please let Patricia know beforehand that you are coming along.

 
Contact Tricia for more details - 01362 850205
 

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Who Let The Dads Out? (6 days to go)

 

Village Green Service (7 days to go)

 

Norfolk Churches Trust Bike Ride (2 months to go)

 

ASM Away Day (2 months to go)

 

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Morning Prayer for ordinary time after Pentecost 2022

Dear All,

‘O Lord our Lord how majestic is your name in all the earth.

When I look at your heavens, the work of your fingers,
the moon and the stars that you have established;
what are human beings that you are mindful of them, mortals that you care for them?’ Psalm 8:1,3-4

I expect we are all looking forward to the Jubilee week end and all the wonderful and varied activities that have been organised in our villages, our church services when we will be marking her Majesty’s life of faith and service.

As we celebrate we the Jubilee this week end  we will also mark Pentecost – When the Holy Spirit renewed the church afresh and people from every tribe and language were able to hear the Good News of Jesus Christ and the hope of a restored relationship with God. Following Pentecost the Church moves into ordinary time, that time between Easter Season and Christmas Season.

I wonder what the word Ordinary means to you? Perhaps in means common or usual or unremarkable.

What is ordinary for me may be different for you we all see the world through our own lens, yet there may be similarities.

In all reality, our ordinary days aren’t actually as ordinary as we think. I believe God’s miraculous hand provides for us every morning as the sun wakes us in the east. Throughout the day (and night), our Sustainer provides for us–in shelter and food, in our work and in our play, and in our relationships with one another. Day in and day out, God is present–continuously providing, sustaining, and re-creating. The extraordinary God is found in the ordinary moments of the day. I wonder where your ordinary moments will be made extraordinary today.

A new season also brings a new set of readings for Morning Prayer  .

The Liturgy and Readings for the next 6 weeks is available HERE.

Please do use it to aid your prayer time and who knows God may lead  your ordinary day into a most extraordinary day.

With every blessing

Andrea    

 

 

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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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