Welcome to All Saints’ Church Staplehurst
Rector – The Reverend Silke Tetzlaff
Tel: (01580) 891258
Email: Rev. Silke Tetzlaff
All Saints’ Church Staplehurst is normally open for prayer and reflection every day.
Guidance & Policies
All Saints Church Worship
Download the All Saints Church Worship List for September 2018
Celebrate this Years Centenary
PLEASE MAKE A POPPY
To mark the centenary of the end of the 1st World War it is planned to create a display of red poppies in the Parish Church and everyone is asked if they could make at least one red poppy to go towards this display. Poppies can be made in any medium, in card, tissue, paper, crochet, knitted, sewn or whatever you choose. There is a box in the church to put your poppies in and there are other boxes around the village. The poppies will be collected up to start putting the display together on Sunday 21st October.
Poppy drop boxes can be found at the Library, Staplehurst Free Church, All Saints’ Church, Scout centre, Kathie Lamb guide Centre and the porch of number 4 Thatcher Road.
All poppies to be received by October 21st when work will begin to bring them together in a display.
Every poppy will be used,
We look forward to receiving yours!
Annual Reports for 2017/2018
Download the Annual Reports for 2017/2018.
Donating to All Saints’ Church Staplehurst
Our Church costs £2400 per week to run
If you would like to donate to the important work of All Saints Staplehurst on a regular basis, please print off and complete the Bank Standing Order mandate that can be found here.
If you are able to Gift Aid your contributions (allowing the church to claim back the tax that you have already paid) please complete the Gift Aid form as well.
Once completed and signed, please return the form(s) to our treasurer, Caroline Highwood, Gift Aid Secretary, Tony Henley, or simply place in the wall safe in the church porch.
If you can gift aid but would rather not set up a bank standing order we can provide donation envelopes which enable us to record your gifts for HMRC.
Alternatively, donations can be made via the web, SMS or by on-line shopping as indicated below.
Please follow the Just Giving link below to donate via the web.
If you wish to make a donation by Text
Text ASST89 £(1, 3, 10) to 70070
Donations are also welcome by cheque which can be delivered to the Church Office, cheques are payable to ‘All Saints’ Church PCC’
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AND RAISE A FREE DONATION FOR ALL SAINTS CHURCH STAPLEHURST EVERY TIME YOU SHOP!
At All Saints’ Church Staplehurst, we have a successful band of ringers and are always on the lookout for new recruits to keep this tradition going.
Bells don’t automatically ring for services and weddings, it takes a team of people ringing together to achieve the sound that we’re all used to.
Ringing is open to all ages from about 10 upwards, and is a great thing to do with the whole family. There is no obligation to attend services.
Our regular practice is from 19.00 to 21.15 every Tuesday evening. Anyone is welcome to come up to the tower and see what goes on or join us in the Kings Head from 21:15. We’re normally the big table of people, don’t be afraid of coming and having a chat!
If you would like any more information, please contact – Sue Bassett – Tower Captain
Carers and Vulnerable Adults
Just to remind you that, in the right hand side of the church (by the charity notice board) is a basket containing useful information. Please take any you may find helpful.
There are identification forms to be filled in, should a confused person go missing. The Police and Kent Search and Rescue find these forms very helpful at what is a stressful time for relatives and carers.
There are leaflets for those people who feel anxious or vulnerable, or suffering physical or mental abuse, with telephone numbers for people or organisations who can help you. Please do look at them and use them.
Audrey Bullock, Tel. (01580) 891940
(All Saints’ Church Staplehurst Vulnerable Adults Coordinator)
Fundraising by Recycling
The PCC at All Saints’ Church Staplehurst has signed up with Recycle 4 Charity to raise funds for the Church through the recycling of inkjet cartridges and mobile phones.
Recycle your inkjet cartridges and mobile phones to help us raise much-needed funds through Recycle4Charity.co.uk
Please take a special envelope from church and use to post your items to the company, or just pop them into the labelled box in church.
On the 4th March 2009, the PCC of All Saints’ Church Staplehurst agreed ‘that it wishes details of the church and its services to be listed on the Changing Attitude web site as a congregation which is open and welcoming to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people’. See our Inclusive Church page.
View our All Saints’ Church Mission Statement