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You will be able to speak with our architect and members of the rebuilding and fundraising teams. Come and learn more about the project and find out how you can get involved.
Refreshments will be available to buy from our coffee bar all day and light lunches will also be on sale to raise money for the rebuild.
The walk organised by Fleet Rotary is 8.2 miles around Fleet’s nature reserves and the Basingstoke Canal.
If you would like to sponsor him, click on the button below to go to Mark’s sponsorship page:
If the button doesn’t work, click on this link or copy the link into your browser: http://mydonate.bt.com/donation/v4/donate.html?event=224137 Thank you for your support.
If you’d like to join Mark on the Fun Walk see the details here. If you want to set up your own sponsorship page for All Saints Fund click here.
Join Fleet Fun Walk (FFW 2018) organised by Fleet Rotary
on Saturday 28th April 2018.
100% of all your sponsor funds will go to All Saints Fund
Our Vicar, Revd Mark Hayton, will be walking in aid of All Saints Fund – please join him on the walk if you can! You can also sposor hime here: http://ariseallsaints.uk/sponsor-marks-walk-for-all-saints
The walk is around Fleet for 8.2 miles over flat paths with an opt-out at 4.5 miles
Visit Elvetham Heath Nature Reserve, Ancell’s Farm, Fleet Pond, Basingstoke Canal Towpath
How about a Parish Lunch at Sandy Bay?
Start/Finish: Calthorpe Park
Start 0900-1200 hours
Route, registration, sponsor forms www.fleetrotary.org.uk
If you would like to set up your own Sponsorship page for All Saints Fund you can start here: https://mydonate.bt.com/event/start.html .
Email Chris Johnson if you have any questions.
Photo credit: Fleet Rotary
Our day of prayer to mark the 2nd anniversary of All Saints fire is now underway. It would be great to see lots of people here to pray today for the rebuild but if you’re not able to make it you can still join us from home by using the attached prayer booklet.
If you come to the church you will find a number of different prayer stations with prompts for prayer – tactile things like sweets, bubbles and string, and also verses for meditation and space for reflection. The presentation of the plans for the building will be running continually in the hall and there will be refreshments in the coffee bar through until 3.30pm. The presentation of the plans for the building is also available online.
Some of the Crew who responded to the fire from Fleet Fire Station joined us for a coffee and photo.
PRAYER DAY – Thursday 22nd June, 9am-4pm.
All are invited to join in prayer for a short time on this day, the 2nd anniversary of the fire in All Saints Church. Prayer stations will be set up around the outside of the church and in the FPCC and sheets will be available for people to use if staying at home to pray. Please consider signing up to commit to a 15min slot during the day so that we can be sure that we have prayer cover for the whole time. The day will start with praying together at 9am and the rest of the day will be self-guided with materials provided.
FUNDRAISING CONCERT – Hungarian ‘Cellist Pal Banda will be performing in St Mary’s Church, Winchfield, on Saturday 13th May, 5.00pm, in aid of All Saints Fund. Tickets £10, numbers are limited so be sure to buy yours early! Contact Kate Wickenden, firstname.lastname@example.org or the Parish Office on 812114.
Pal Banda and his wife Zsuzsa Berenyi are very well known musicians who like to give charity concerts in aid of churches in need of restoration.
You can find more about them at
Congratulations to all the runners in the Fleet Half Marathon. Arise All Saints was proud to be nominated as the local charity for the 35th annual event.
Our particular thanks must go to our team of runners who were raising sponsorship for All Saints Fund, and the team of parishioners manning our stand in Calthorpe Park, rattling collection buckets and manning the refreshment points. The runners’ sponsorship pages are still open or you can make donations to All Saints Fund on our My Donate webpage.
More pictures to come!
Here are (almost) all the runners!
From Eagle Radio News: A Farnham runner returns to his childhood town today – to help raise funds for repairs to a burnt out church in Fleet.
Stuart Williamson is one of a group of people who will be pounding the pavements for the All Saints Church in Church Road.