All Saints Church

Speke, Liverpool, UK


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The Team Rector of the Parish of Speke, based at All Saints 

is the Rev Canon Carol Kidd, who has been here since June 1999.

In addition to her many Church duties, Carol is very involved in community issues, serving on many local committees. She is also a great fundraiser and under her care, the Church and Hall have undergone many repairs, including a complete re-pointing and the installation of a new central heating system in the Church.

The woodlands have also been maintained, 'repaired' and replanted, the latter involving the local school children.  

Carol runs a JAM (Jesus and Me) Club for local children which has proved extremely popular, and meets with the Bible Study group on Thursday evenings.

You can contact us by using the Keep In Touch button on the main page or by leaving a message in the Guestbook.


As for me, I'm Lynne Moneypenny and I have been the Churchwarden at All Saints since 1997.  Amongst other things I was a Sunday School teacher for 14 years, Editor of the Church Magazine for 6, and I'm now the organizer of this web site!  I have attended All Saints since birth and I'm  following in the footsteps of my parents, Enid and Matthew Moneypenny.  

Matt was also Churchwarden here in the 1970's and Enid was a Eucharistic Minister.  

This web site is dedicated to them.


What's On

All Saints


Sunday                  10.15 am                      Holy Communion in Church


Monday                   6.15 - 7.30 pm            JAM Club for Juniors in the Hall


Wednesday           10 - 10.30 am              Holy Communion in Church

                                10 am - Mid day          Coffee Morning in the Vicarage

                                 6.15 to 7.15 pm          Mini JAM for Infants ( 4 - 7 years) in the Hall


Thursday                 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm     Bible Study Group (Contact us for details)



St Aidans

The Place To Be Church Cafe is open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 7.30 am until 2 pm and on Sunday mornings is open for Holy Communion at 9.30 am followed by a family service with children's activities for children of all ages at 11 am.

On Monday mornings the Cafe opens from 9.30 to 2.30 for TANGO - Together As Neighbours Giving Out!  TANGO is a useful way of recycling and helping each other by donating things for the home you no longer need or buying something that takes your fancy.  Every item is 50p!  You can have a cuppa while you're there or have some time of peace in the Quiet Room.

On Tuesday afternoons from 1 pm is the Scribblers Group for those who enjoy writing stories or poems and Wednesday afternoons see our Art Class at 1 pm and the Health For Life class at 3 pm.

Thursday mornings while the Cafe is open see the Crafty Cafe where glue and glitter take central stage and a lot of fun is had by all!