Private Prayer
All Saints is open on weekdays afternoons between 2pm and 4pm for private prayer.

Walking Together for L’Arche
Thank you to all those who have already sponsored people. We have got a long way towards our target. There is still time to donate if you are able to via the following link: sponsor us.

Living in Love and Faith ‘taster day’
26 June, 2.00–5.30pm, Zoom
An online Diocesan ‘taster day’, which will give everyone a chance to engage and to learn about issues around sexuality
To sign up, please e-mail Zoe Skilton at zoe.skilton@southwark.anglican.org.
LLF material can be found on the CofE website.
More can also be found on the Diocesan website.

Dulwich Symphony Orchestra
The first orchestral concert at All Saints for 18 months will be on Saturday 26 June at 7pm, with Dulwich Symphony Orchestra performing Beethoven 3rd Symphony ‘Eroica’ and Mozart Piano Concerto no 17 (soloist Leigh O’Hara). Tickets here.

Young people, drugs and alcohol – what every churchgoing parent and care-giver needs to know
Wednesday 30 June, 7.30-9.00pm, Zoom, free

This is a webinar presented in partnership with the local drugs awareness charity the Daniel Spargo Mabbs Foundation. It is about the levels of young people’s exposure to drugs and alcohol; what children and adults in Christian families (or any families) need to know about the risks; the brain development and other factors that affect young people’s decisions; how to have effective conversations with your child and practical suggestions for what you can do to support them to stay safe. The DSM Foundation was set up by Southwark churchgoers Fiona and Tim Spargo-Mabbs in 2014 after the tragic death of their 16-year-old son Dan as a result of taking ecstasy (www.dsmfoundation.org.uk). The session will be led by Fiona Spargo-Mabbs and drugs educator Ruth James.
To book your place, register here.