Each month, the Oasis Trust hold a bring and share community lunch at All Saints on a Sunday for anyone who wants to come.
Oasis is inspired and motivated by the life, teaching and example of Jesus. It informs our radically inclusive ethos and drives our passionate belief that each human being is equally important, has intrinsic God-given worth and is uniquely valuable. Oasis hope that our five ethos values (or behaviours) of inclusion, relationships, equality, hope and perseverance permeate everything we do and are obvious wherever and whenever you encounter Oasis.
Our vision is for the transformation of Bootle & Liverpool through its young people.
Ykids have a passion to see lives changed and young people given the best life chances and opportunities. Ykids believe regeneration and better futures can come about by encouraging young people to become resilent, confident and happy; providing opportunities, training and employment; raising aspirations and dreams for the future; offering exciting and creative projects, and creating a sense of local pride and community.
All Saints partner with Ykids and other churches in Kensington to run the Big Bash. For more info on Ykids, click the picture to go to their website.
Asylum Link is an organisation dedicated to assisting Asylum Seekers and Refugees and to raising public awareness around Refugee issues. Asylum Link is a drop-in centre for all asylum seekers and refugees. Asylum Link provides friendship, help and advice and encourages the participation of asylum seekers and refugees in the service.
All Saints supports the work of Asylum link through many avenues in the Kensington community. To find out more about Asylum Link, click the picture to go to their website.
Kensington, New Park and Phoenix Primary Schools
Through our 2 children’s workers and church leaders, All Saints church is able to work closely with local schools to offer after-school clubs, assemblies and self esteem workshops.
Alongside these regular projects, All Saints also run Big Bash alongside Ykids and other local churches. Big Bash is an Easter mission in these primary schools which aims to share the love of Jesus with children who may not understand the Christian faith. Last years theme for the Big Bash was ‘Avengers Assembly’, and involved volunteers transforming into superheroes for the week! For more info on the Big Bash, click the picture.
Diocese of Liverpool
Liverpool Diocese is an amazing place to be with 250 churches serving a wide mix of urban, rural and town parishes. It’s innovative and always looking and seeking new ways to further God’s mission while respecting cherished traditions.
All Saints is a proud part of this Diocese and supports the work of Bishop Paul Bayes in his role. If you’d like to find out more about our Diocese then click the picture to go to their website.
Adelaide House Women’s Approved Premises is situated in Liverpool, Merseyside, one of only six such facilities in the country. They provide residential support and interventions for up to 20 adult women (over 18 years).
Management and staff at Adelaide House advocate an holistic, women centred, needs led approach to our work, which includes enhanced supervision within a structured and supportive environment. To find out more about Adelaide House and the work they do in Liverpool, click the picture to go to their website.
Rainbows, Brownies and Guides
After recently celebrating a decade of Rainbows, Brownies and Guides, groups are as strong as ever, still focused on the importance of their promise. This includes laws to keep such as being honest, reliable and trusted and a willingness to face challenges and learn from experiences.
All Saints Church hosts all 3 groups so get in touch to find out more or get involved! We’d love to here from you.
For more information about the Guides, click the picture to go to their website.
The Trussell Trust is a charity founded on Christian principles, that works with people regardless of religious belief or non-belief. By bringing communities together, the Trussel Trust aims to end hunger and poverty in the UK by providing compassionate, practical help whilst challenging injustice.This is the ‘how’. The community aspect of their work is at the forefront. This encompasses ‘more than food’ and their focus for the future of Foodbanks to tackle the underlying roots of poverty in the UK. Compassion, practical help and challenging injustice are what make The Trussell Trust unique in supporting those struggling in poverty in the UK.
All Saints run a Foodbank and are always on the lookout for food donations and volunteers. To get involved, contact us.