8 of us enjoyed a splendid lunch at Corner 5 Restaurant.
Recently a visiting group of 20 retirees from Aspley Court Woburn Sands had a guided tour of All Saints, followed by a full afternoon tea in the church hall. Judging by the smiles and feedback they all enjoyed their trip.
We welcomed a party of 23 guests recently from a local group of people who were given a guided tour of All Saints followed by a full afternoon tea .
Saturday June 30th at Church End, from 2.00pm till 4.40pm. Many attractions in Church End Glebe Field, incl, Pony Rides...Progress Band...Face Painting...Bouncy Castles... Children's entertainer... Side Stalls. Teas, Cakes in the Church Hall Grand Draw Entrance...Adults £1...children Free
Messy Church is held in the Church Hall on every 4th Sunday of the month, start time 4.00pm. Be creative .... Have fun ..... Hear Bible stories .... Sing songs .... For children of all ages (accompanied by an adult) Dinner for the children
With effect from February 4th the start time of the Sunday Morning Service will be 10.45 am.
On the 1st Sunday of the month there is an All Age Service, everyone is welcome, especially families with young children. It is held in the Church Hall and starts at 10.45 am.
We are pleased to announce that Rev'd Eric Lomax has been appointed as the vicar for All Saints Kempston, and St James Biddenham. Eric and his wife Liz are from Colsterworth, Lincs, where Eric was Priest in Charge of the Colsterworth group of churches. The Licensing will take place at All Saints Church, Kempston, on Tuesday 31st January 2017, at 7.30 pm.
We're delighted to offer tours of our Church, including full afternoon teas for your group. We'd love to meet you and show you what our splendid Church has to offer. For more information and contact details, please click here to see our Church Tours page.
Some members of our Church participated in the Bedford Passion Play 2016 this Easter. Janet Fardell said: The play was super, we were so glad to have been part of it all,meeting new friends from different churches and feeling moved by the Easter story being depicted this way.