We have relationships with a number of ministries that share our vision and values and they often hold events at All Saints’.
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All Saints' are part of the New Wine movement. Our Vicar, Paul Harcourt has recently been commissioned as the National Leader of New Wine. The vision of New Wine is to see the nation changed through Christians and churches being filled with the Spirit, alive with the joy of knowing and worshipping Jesus Christ, living out His word and doing the works of the Kingdom of God.
All Saints’ is a hub for the Westminster Theological Centre, which combines the best of academic teaching with the vibrant life of the Holy Spirit. We offer four part-time courses, validated by the University of Chester, to suit different levels of previous study. For more information, visit their website or contact Sam Pollard, the NE London Hub Director.
If you want to discover more about what it means to be a Christian man in today’s society, then this is for you. Bi-monthly breakfast meetings, conferences and away weekends. Contact Rob Santer for more details.
We support the work of the Whitechapel Mission, which has been serving the homeless and marginalised for 140 years – including a day centre, skills training and career advice, activity programmes and specialist support for complex needs.
The Healing Prayer School is a conference and teaching ministry under the leadership of Lin Button. It is a journey through the ministry of the Holy Spirit to freedom and wholeness. All Saints’ hosts an annual Healing Prayer School in the spring, but there are many courses across the year. For more information about upcoming courses, visit the Healing Prayer School website.
We support the Redbridge Street Pastors which was launched in August 2009. They regularly patrol two local areas and ensure that people return home safely after nights out. They have also helped in setting up a Night Shelter for the homeless and a Safe Space for prostitutes locally.