• making the love of God, as revealed in Jesus, known in our community

    All Saints is a church where people believe God can and does change lives because he loves each of us very much. Through our worship, our serving, and our friendship we try to share this hope with all who meet us. We are a church that welcomes all to join with us in our worship and other activities.

    Jesus called us to live His way as we live out our everyday life seven days a week. We have found that his way has changed our lives for the better. That gives us the confidence to get more involved in the community around us so that we can see the world around us change for the better too.

    I hope that I can meet you soon and welcome you to our community



    Prayer and action for Ukraine

    Ukrainian flag heartOn Sunday 27th of February as a church we prayed about the evil tragedy of war that president Putin has instigated against Ukraine. We prayed for peace, for the safety and protection of the Ukrainian people and against the evil that one man has shown. We will continue to pray. But we also heard about a Christian charity working in Moldova where many Ukrainian refugees have fled. They are seeking to care for the refugees and help them in their time of loss and crisis.

    We have had a collection for this important work. If you would like to help Breadline please click here to donate.

    Our new cafe which meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday mornings each month. Click here for more details.

    All Saints' Church is part of the Macclesfield Team Ministry. For more information about the Team and our other churches please click here.

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  • Safeguarding

    All Saints' Church takes its duty and obligation to safeguard and protect all people extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England's robust safeguarding procedures and guidelines.

    If you or anyone you are in contact with would like to talk with someone independently, please call the Safe Spaces helpline on 0300 303 1056 or email safespaces@victimsupport.org.uk

    Alternatively, you may contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser in the Diocese of Chester, Pauline Butterfield.
    Contact Number  07703 800031. 

    E-mail Diocesan Safeguarding


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