Groups - overview
All Saints’ Church has a lively Parochial Church Council, usually known as the PCC and its members work through a wide range of committees and groups. Follow the links below to the details and terms of reference of our PCC committees and groups that are currently active in the life of our church.
If you are reading this because you may be interested in joining any of our groups, we hope that you will gain a good introduction to our work. We always welcome new members so please think about joining us.
Please contact the Parish Office for further information - 01344 884686.
At All Saints there is a group for everyone, whether you come to Church or not.
For the very young there is a pram service known as "Mini-Mass" on Tuesday at 9.30am.
When young children are ready for the next stage there is Saints Alive (Sunday School) during the Parish Communion on Sunday at 10.30am (except on the first Sunday in the month, when the service is very "family-friendly").
For children in school years 3 to 6 there is KoolSaints which meets weekly on a Sunday evening during term time from 6pm until 7.15 pm at King Edward's Hall.
For those in school years 7 to 13 there is Ignite, which meets weekly on a Sunday evening during term time from 7.15 until 8.30 pm at King Edward's Hall.
There are also Scout and Guide groups.
For young people wanting to take an active part in our worship they can join the choir or our team of servers.
For ladies there is All Saints' Women's Fellowship, also known as All Saints' Wives Group, which has no formal enrolment and is open to all, whether you are single, married, divorced, widowed. This group generally meets monthly.
There is also a Mothers' Union Group, which meets monthly.
For men there is the Men's Breakfast Group, which meets weekly on Saturday morning for a simple breakfast and discussion.
For active people there is a Games Club on Friday evenings.
For the musical there is the Instrumental Group.
For those interested in promoting local peace initiatives there is Aspen, which stands for Ascot Peace Education Network.
There is a dedicated Flower Arranging Team which takes great pleasure in decorating the church with flowers week by week.
Additionally there are prayer groups, nurture groups, confirmation classes and newcomers groups.
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