Weekly Bulletin

Sunday 21st February 2021   


The First Sunday of Lent  



11.00 a.m.   Parish Mass (on Facebook) [AllSaintsPerrySt]


The Church is closed for Public Worship until furher notice.


Mass is livestreamed on our Facebook page at 11.00 a.m. this morning. Mass will also be livestreamed on Zoom from St John’s Higham at 10.00 a.m. and 11.00 a.m.  Contact Fr James for access details. Alternatively there is a Service of the Word and Spiritual Communion, Stations of the Cross and links to Morning and Evening Prayer on our website.


On Wednesday afternoon part of the Church will be open for Private Prayer from 1.30 – 2.30 p.m.   Lockdown rules apply (see back page).


Celebrate 150 years of All Saints Church by ordering some memoribilia.   Forms available on the website.   Stocks are limited.   Don’t miss out!


Lenten Compline: Join with the RSCM to Sing  - With choirs still not able to sing together, nor congregations, the Royal School of Church Music have designed a new, participative online offering for Lent.   Join them each Wednesday, starting 24th February, at 8pm (GMT) to sing the beautiful, ancient Office of Compline in a live Act of Worship. Enough information will be on the screen for you to be able to join in the basic singing with the cantor; each service through Lent will include a hymn and a choral piece, in a variety of styles. 


The Deanery are looking into a Walking Pilgrimage ‘Santiago de Compostela’.  If you are interested  visit this website https://www.mccabe-travel.co.uk/pilgrimages/walking-the-way/  please ignore the date mentioned, as it is just an example tour.  If there was enough of us interested, then McCabe will let us plan our own dates.  Please note, you do need to be relatively fit for the amount of walking each day and the cost for the pilgrimage would be around £1,300 per person.  This includes different hotels each night and baggage is transported between different venues.  If you think you may be interested please call 01474-532505 or e-mail  jim@stgeorgesgravesend.org 


Yvonne is collecting used postage stamps from the UK and around the world for the Bone Cancer Research Unit.


Northfleet Hive Hope Foodbank continues to need your support.   Tins, packets, cleaning materials and items of personal hygiene can be left in the box at the back of the Church or in the basket at the supermarket.


We pray for:


All who live, work and play in Pickwick Gardens, Preston Road, Rembrandt Drive, Riversdale, Robyns Croft.


NHS and all keyworkers, volunteers, researchers, and all those whose lives have been affected by the current situation. 


The Sick or in need of Prayer:  Valerie, Charlie (P), Alex, Jean, Connor, Brenda, Charlie, David, Sylvia, David (C), Pearl and Shirley.


Thanksgiving for the Departed:  All the Recently Departed and 22nd - Nellie Pegden, 23rd - Alice Mean, 24th - Kathleen Bagshaw Rolf Prior, 26th - William Gould, Elizabeth Canning, Gladys Ellis and David Lamb whose anniversaries occur at this time.   May they Rest in Peace.


We are encouraged to pray at 6.00 p.m. every day during February.   Evening Prayer can be said (links on our website), Shrine Prayers are streamed live from the Holy House on the Walsingham Facebook page (you don’t need an account to view them), or use these intentions: Sunday - Family, friends and loved ones, Monday - Schools and colleges, children and young people, Tuesday - Elderly, isolated and vulnerable, Wednesday - Businesses, the workplace and economic wellbeing in this time of great challenge, Thursday  - The NHS and other key workers, Friday - National and Local government, Saturday - All who are grieving, and all suffering with physical and mental ill-health.


This week


Monday – The Chair of St Peter the Apostle


Tuesday – St Polycarp, Bishop


Wednesday of the First Week of Lent

1.30 p.m. – 2.30 p.m.   Church open for Private Prayer


Thursday of the First Week of Lent  


Friday of the First Week of Lent


Saturday of the First Week of Lent  


Sunday - The Second Sunday of Lent 

Public Worship is suspended at All Saints

Mass will be livestreamed on our Facebook page at 11.00 a.m.



LOCKDOWN rules for Church


Face coverings must be worn over your nose and mouth unless you are exempt.


No mingling outside in the Church grounds except on a 1:1 basis


Keep a safe distance at all times in Church and do not mix your bubbles or have 1:1 conversations.


If you need to talk to a Churchwarden or Sidesman you must do so outside and only on a 1:1 basis.


Do not congregate at or block the back of the Church.