Baby and Toddler Group
The Baby and Toddler Playgroup meets every Thursday morning at 10.30am during term-time (with the exception of half term) and follows the child-friendly Eucharist at 10.00am. It is for the local community and there is no need to book, just turn up!
This is a great way to meet other families and is a lively and busy group. There is tea and coffee, play and singing. A token contribution of £3.00 per family is charged.
Please contact Lottie Clarke for more details.
Putney Senior Social Group
The Putney Senior Social Group meets at All Saints’ Church every Monday morning (and sometimes on Bank Holidays) from 10.00 am – 11.30 am, with optional yoga session. It is a friendly, welcoming group for the over 60’s, providing an opportunity for company and lively conversation, as well as delicious homemade cakes, fresh coffee and tea. There is also the opportunity for a yoga in the church after coffee.
The group has also enjoyed a few trips out (eg Chessington Garden Centre and the Houses of Parliament), lunch outings and a visit by our local MP, Justine Greening, who popped in for tea one day.
For more information please email Sarah Barron or call 020 8780 5560 or 07983 607 811 or just come along!
Volunteers are needed!
Each Monday the Senior Social Group is run by two volunteers, who set up and make tea and coffee. If you could spare a couple of hours once every 4-6 weeks, and would like to join the group of helpers, the Senior Social Group needs you! For more information, please contact Sarah
“Theology in the Pub”
This group is for people in the parish who are interested in socialising and chatting about what it means to be Christian, whilst living and working in London. The group is informal and laid-back, we function without a programme and discussion just flows naturally, and is recommended to people who are new to the church and are wondering how to get to know people. They meet weekly on a Monday in The Bricklayer’s Arms at 7.30pm.
To subscribe to the group’s mailing list, and to find out about upcoming topics, send an email to: TheologyinthePubfirstname.lastname@example.org
The All Saints’ 1885 Singers
The 1885 Singers was founded in 1997 and has grown in both size and reputation, covering a range of repertoire. The choir gives four concerts a year, with usually a four-week rehearsal period. It is a community choir in every respect, with an open invitation to anyone who would like to join in.