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Details of services are included in the diary (at the bottom of this page) and further information may be found here. Please remember that those attending services must wear face coverings (unless they are medically exempt from wearing them).
"Pray, Care, Trust"
Bishop Keith has offered some words of reflection and encouragement as parts of the diocese
are put into the top tier of the three-tier risk alert system.
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A reflection for Trinity 18: Properly Dressed for the Occasion? (Matthew 22: 1-14)
All Saints' Church is open for private prayer and reflection each day from 9am until 4pm.
Click here for reflections, prayers and music to help sustain and develop our spirit.
The October-November edition of The Magazine has been published and is available in church and from our distributors. You can also view it online.
All Saints has a contact list for keeping in touch with our congregation and those with an interest in the church. If you would like to join this list please click here.
Thornton Hough is a rural parish in the heart of the Wirral peninsula. It includes the village of Thornton Hough, the hamlets of Brimstage and Raby and the estate at Raby Mere.
Our aspiration for All Saints Church is for God to be central in all that we do and in the lives of all our members, and to share the love of God with those around, serving the community and witnessing to others about the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Come and join us at one of our Sunday or midweek services. We look forward to welcoming you to All Saints' Church.
Explore faith and fellowship through our ministries and groups. As we live and learn together, our faith in God grows stronger and we display more clearly the love and truth of Christ.
Find out more about us - our vision, beliefs, leadership and history - read the latest magazine, and feel free to contact us with any questions or requests.