Regular gatherings

At All Saints, lots of people meet up outside of our regular services for times of prayer, fellowship & support. Have a look at the list below and see if any take your fancy…

Youth Work

Kirsty

Kirsty, is our children and youth worker, who is passionate about seeing the young peoples lives transformed through the power of the gospel.  She serves our children and the youth both within the church and the community. She is involved in our local schools running after school clubs, assemblies, big bash including leading our Thursday youth groups at the hub.

Email: kirsty@allsaintsliverpool.org

Impact Youth Group (Term Times). Thursdays 5pm-8: 30 pm

Impact is aimed at school years 6 to 11 and takes place every Thursday from 6-7:30pm at All Saints Church, Kensington. It’s aim is to create a safe and fun environment where young people can come and hang out with friends. A place where they can create memories, learn about themselves and explore their faith. Each week is different and can include games, baking, gardening, craft, testimonies, computer games, special guests, table tennis, trips out, bible study, learning new skills, sports, interviews, drama and lots more.

IMPACT SUNDAYS

This is a space for school years 6-11 to come and learn about God through discussion, bible study, games, crafts and more. It is a safe space for them to ask questions and explore their faith. Impact Sunday takes place at the same time as the All Saints church service.

Tuesday Tots

Who Let the Dads Out

Who Let the Dads Out  – 1st Saturday of month, 10-12pm, The Worship Centre

What is it?
‘All Saints Who Let The Dads Out’ is a parent and toddler group for male carers and children up to and including reception class in Kensington, Liverpool.
It’s a chance to let the kids play safely while you have a bacon butty, read the papers and meet other dads and male carers.

When is it on?
The first Saturday of the month between 10am-12pm

Where is it?
All Saints Community Hall, 55 Sheil Road, L6 3AD.
0151 345 3208

How much does it cost?
Its free but we accept contributions toward the work                   See our Facebook for more… 

Community work

Jennie H

Jennie, is our community pastor, she is involved in Horizon, Celebrating recovery, Friday sex workers drop-in with the All Saints Church.

Tell: 07905 875 944 

Email: jennie.h@allsaintsliverpool.org 

Horizons Community

This is a meeting where we take time to talk, share, seek God and pray.

Monday afternoon in the Chill Out room. 1-3pm

Horizons Bible Study

Tuesdays 5.30pm-6.30pm in the Hub

A basic Bible Study for beginners.  Currently not running until May.
Contact Jennie: M: 07905 875 944 E: jennie.h@allsaintsliverpool.org

Horizons Drop In

Wednesdays 11am-2pm in the Chill Out Room

A drop in where we share a basic lunch and refreshments and seek to come alongside people, give advice and sign-posting, make referrals and appointments and make assessments of help we are able to offer.  Laundry and shower facilities are also available to use for free.
We spend time having fun too! We play board game, table tennis and do crafts.
Contact Jennie: M: 07905 875 944 E: jennie.h@allsaintsliverpool.org

Celebrate Recovery

Wednesdays 7pm-9.15pm in the Worship Centre

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ centred, Bible based recovery programme designed to help people address a variety of hurts, habits, and hang-ups.

We meet together weekly in a safe and confidential setting. We work through a 12 step recovery programme which, together with the Celebrate Recovery’s 8 principles, enables us to develop and deepen a relationship with Jesus. Each participant is encouraged to work through each principle at their own pace in their own time.

Everyone is welcome at CR, people of any faith or of none, no matter what your past, Celebrate Recovery can help you build a better future.

Friday night Drop In for Sex Workers

Working in conjunction with NHS Armisted and Merseyside police we provide a drop in for men and women involved in sex work where needs are assessed and help offered.
People receive a friendly welcome, a hot drink, food and hygiene facilities along with clothes.  Follow-up appointments can be made and criminal reports can be taken through UglymugsUK.