Autumn Events update

We have a number of events taking place this Autumn in our All Souls’ Community. We hope you will take part in these events as they help shape our beloved community for the future.

On Thursday 20th September, the eve of International Day of Peace, there will be a cross-community service of reflection in All Souls church, which will last approximately four hours, to recall the enormous cost of conflict in Northern Ireland. The names of all those who died will be read solemnly, alphabetically, and without any comment, as a powerful illustration of the terrible suffering caused by death in conflict.  The service will occasionally be interspersed by prayer or music. It will begin at 8.00pm and will end shortly after midnight on International Day of Peace. Everyone welcome (If you wish to take part in the reading of the names contact Rev. Chris Hudson – or 07969059993)

 Sunday Service, 23rd September 2018, 11.30am

 At our usual All Souls Sunday service on September 23rd the congregation will be addressed by Lord Alderdice who has recently resigned as an elder of the Presbyterian church as a result of its decision to exclude children of same sex couples from the service of baptism. His address will encompass several issues and give us an overview of where he is on his journey as a Presbyterian and a Christian.


These conversations are styled to be thoughtful group discussions which will take place in the Agnew Room of the Rosemary Hall. They will provide an opportunity to air our views and to get to know each other better.

Thursday 27th September at 7.30pm – What does All Souls’ mean to me?

Members of the congregation will talk about All Souls and its significance to them.  Each person will have five minutes to speak, followed by general discussion. All are welcome and if you wish to take part please contact Rev Alister. You are more than welcome to just come and listen.

Curator: Rev Alister Bell – 

Thursday 25th October at 7.30pm – What support do I need in my faith?

This is an open session where we can air our views on what faith means to us and how we can be supported by the community of All Souls.    Curator: Rev Chris Hudson

Thursday 29th November at 7.30pm – What do I believe?

Taking the same format as our September session, those taking part will discuss what their faith means to them and we hope that this will be a multi-faith event.  If you wish to take part, please contact Monica Burns.

Curator: Monica Burns –

Thursday 31st January 2019 at 7.30pm – How do I want to Die?

This is an open session and will allow us to think through and discuss our thoughts on death and how we want to die.  From this we hope to arrange a number of practical sessions such as funeral planning, will writing and other legal aspects.  If you wish to take part, please contact Monica Burns.

Curator: Monica Burns –

 Thursday 4th October, 2018 at 7.30pm

Peterson Toscano is a playwright, actor, bible scholar, blogger, podcaster and gay activist.  On Thursday 4th October he will give a performance lecture in the Rosemary Hall, in which he looks with a scholarly but witty eye on those characters in the bible who transgress gender norms. This will be a ticketed event, with a charge of £7.00 per person and tickets are available through the All Souls facebook page.  We will be serving tea and coffee on the night and you are welcome to bring a bottle if you wish to have a drink. 

 Kids All Souls

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Why Kids First?

·         Because we want to put kids first in our church

·         Kids Club will be on the first Sunday morning of the month so it’s easy to remember

When will it start?

Just as soon as we get all our helpers trained up in child protection and have all our policies and procedure approved.

 What age group: primary school age.      What we do in the Kids first Club?  Have fun!

Our mission statement:  To provide a happy, safe and stimulating environment for children to play, learn and develop freely. To help children develop responsibility for their actions to become competent, confident and independent citizens. For further details or to register an interest contact Sheena Lewis

Special services – we hope each Sunday is special to you, although on some Sundays we have decided they will take a particular theme – such as family Services.



1st Sunday

2nd Sunday

3rd Sunday

4th Sunday

5th Sunday





23rd – Lord Alderdice






28th Harvest




11th – Remembrance Sunday/Communion




25th Family Sunday







Christmas Carol Service



Additional Special services

Sunday 18th November - Trans Remembrance Service Afternoon 3.00pm

Tuesday 25th December Christmas Morning Service 10.30am

Please join us for Morning Service every Sunday at 11.30am 
followed by Fairtrade tea/coffee and snacks.

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