All Saints Church

Speke, Liverpool, UK

 

Main Page

 

Church

Team and Times

Stained Glass Windows

Ministers At All Saints

Church & Local History Exhibition

 

Village to Estate

Speke Village in the 1900's

Village School Days

Speke Now - 2009

 

Information

News & site updates

Links

1881 Census of Speke

All Saints Graveyard Records 1875 - 2000

All Saints Memorial Cross

 

Photographs

Rev Patterson's Holiday Snaps!

Church

People

Village

Miscellaneous

16th Allerton Cubs & Scouts 1

16th Allerton Cubs & Scouts 2

313th Guides

School Photos

Weddings at All Saints

St Aidan's Church

People in the Community

Our Pics NEW!

 

Church Magazine

Speke Messenger

 

 


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Welcome to the Parish of Speke! 

 

 

May God's blessings be on you 

and those who are dear to you

now and always.

 

 

 

Please see St Aidan's page for news on their new home!

 

If you have visited us before, please check the News and Site Updates page for recent additions.

 

This site is split into FOUR sections in the left hand column.

  

The Church section will tell you about our Church, built in 1876  

 

Village to Estate in the second part mainly shows the Village of Speke when it was all farmland belonging to Speke Hall and how it has changed to the present day  

 

The Information section includes any information connected to the Church, Local History, and Genealogy including the 1881 Census of Speke and the Graveyard Records of All Saints. All updates to the site are recorded on the News & Updates page in this section.

 

And finally the Photographs folders have a large collection of photos from Speke's past, some more recent than others but all very interesting! This includes our Wedding Album of couples married at All Saints 

 

The Guestbook is probably the most popular feature of this site so have a read and leave a message.  You can also read up to 6 back copies of our parish magazine, the Speke Messenger by clicking on the link provided in the left hand column.

 

You can contact me directly via email by clicking here. Please make sure you enter your email address in the first box called From: otherwise I will not be able to reply to you.  If you have sent a message recently and not received a reply, this will be the reason so please try again.

 

I have recently discovered that this email link below doesn't work!!!  I've changed it now (Oct 2011) so hopefully you can contact me this way again if you don't want to leave a message in the Guestbook.

 

 

Thank you for popping in - Enjoy!

 

Lynne Moneypenny                                                             

Churchwarden

 


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