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Welcome to All Saints


Welcome to the website of All Saints Church, Deganwy. All Saints is an Anglican church which nestles in the shadow of the Vardre, and overlooks the Conwy estuary.

Please have a look around our site to find out more information about upcoming services as well as the history of the chuch.

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All-Age Carol Service When: Sun, Dec 23, 2018 at 11:00am
 
DEC
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All-Age Holy Communion Service When: Sun, Dec 25, 2018 at 10:00am
 
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Crib Service for Christmas Eve When: Mon, Dec 24, 2018 at 3:00pm
 

Christmas Thoughts

There are a few words which perhaps we do not say often enough and they can make a difference to our lives and the lives of those who we touch. The phrases are: -

I’m sorry

Thank you

I love you

As we go through life we all make mistakes, we are human after all. An immediate ‘I’m sorry’ can quickly heal any damage from our actions. At Christmas time we can expressly think of our sorry for those suffering from famine in the world, for the damage we do to the planet and importantly at Christmas, to our families and friends when we upset or annoy them.

When we reflect on our lives, the beautiful countryside in Wales and our relatively comfortable standard of living, we should say ‘thank you’ to God for the blessings which we enjoy. Saying ‘thank you’ is so easy and can mean a lot to the recipient; we should say ‘thank you’ to all new people who visit our lovely church at All Saints and that we look forward to seeing them again. We should certainly be saying ‘thank you’ for the gift of Jesus to the world at Christmas time.

The Bible tells us that love is the greatest attribute of all and one that we may not express often enough. Love supports, heals and comforts and we should give it freely all year round but especially at Christmas time. We can express our love of Jesus, of our families and friends both at All Saints and in the wider community so that when someone looks in our eyes they can see something of the love of Jesus.

Learn About All Saints' History




All Saints is a beautiful church tucked away in the seaside village of Deganwy, on the North Wales coast. The church was built as a memorial by Lady Augusta Mostyn over 115 years ago. To learn more about the church please visit our history section 

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Find Out About The Parish Life



Members of All Saints' congregation are part of a small but active Mothers' Union Group who meet regulary throughout the year. Visitors and friends are always welcome. To find out more about the Mothers' Union and other parts of All Saints' Parish Life please explore our Parish Life section

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Come Along To A Service At All Saints




At All Saints we hold weekly Holy Communion on both Wednesday's and Sunday's as well as a Parish Communion at 11am on Sunday's. To find out more both our regular and special upcoming services, please visit our Worship section

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Meet Us

Pat Chapman Church Warden
Frank Prescott Church Warden
 
Our vicar at All Saints is Reverend Peter Walker. Reverend Walker is originally from Telford and  has been leading the services at All Saints since Easter 2015 along with Church Wardens, Pat Chapman and Frank Prescott.

To find out more information about our vicar, church wardens and the rest of our team please visit our Who's Who section of the Website




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