Revd Canon Dr John Thewlis left the parish on 16 July 2017, and moved to Herefordshire. He had been with us since 2001, and this is a big wrench for us all.
The process for filling a vacancy is described in this Diocesan document.
Katherine took excellent photos of John's leaving party which you can view here: All Saints Church - Simon Lee Photography. She is willing for you to copy them for your own use.
|Choir Festival 2018||Saturday 14 April 2018 at 7pm, further details to follow|
|Carshalton Choral Society||Saturday 10 November 2018 at 7:30pm: Gounod St Cecilia Mass and Handel Ode for St Cecilia with orchestra and soloists|
See www.friendsofhoneywood.co.uk/ for details of other activities and events nearby.
We are sorry that our heating system has failed. We are pressing for it to be repaired as soon as possible, but in the meantime we are unable to heat the building. The old unit has now been removed, as shown in this photo.
We plan to open the church to visitors each Tuesday from 10:30am to 3pm; the north and south doors, but not he west doors, will be open.
Cllr Chris Williams, Carshalton Central Ward, holds a surgery when the church is open. No appointment necessary, but if you would like to contact Chris in advance to arrange a particular time, then phone him on 07941 553623 or, if you prefer, you can seek an appointment by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What the Catholic Church has learned from Martin Luther
Is Luther, for Catholics, still the enemy? Or is his theology increasingly accepted, even in Rome? Come and find out more at a talk by the Right Reverend Paul Hendricks, Auxiliary Bishop for the RC Archdiocese of Southwark on Tuesday 24th October 2017 at 7.30 p.m. at Carshalton Methodist Church, Ruskin Road, Carshalton. All are welcome!
This event has been arranged by Churches Together in Carshalton.
To help us keep you informed of what is happening, and any changes to planned events, we have a Twitter page which is summarized below.Tweets by @CarshaltonAllS
The church council has been told that we have now been given enough money to buy an extra solo trumpet stop for the organ. We are very grateful to everyone who contributed to the cost. The organ builder is now designing the modification, and the pipes are in stock.
Carshalton is part of the Deanery of Sutton, which corresponds roughly to the geographical area of the Borough of Sutton. Every few months there is a meeting of members of the Anglican churches in the Deanery at the Deanery Synod, at which matters of general interest are discussed and representatives on the Diocesan and General Synods are elected. Minutes of the May 2017 Synod meeting are here (82 kB).
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