All Saints’ Church survives through the generosity of its people – they keep the building in tact, and support the ministry of a priest. The Church receives no money from the government for either of these tasks, nor from the central church.
We would love our ministry to keep reaching beyond the Church, though, to those who really need to be loved: those who are lonely, or in the later years of life; those who don’t have enough food, or comfortable living arrangements.
We need your generosity because they need your generosity
We can guarantee one thing: any money you might choose to donate to us will be put to wise and careful use, and for the good of the many and not the few.
The Electoral Roll of a Parish Church in the Church of England is the list those who have become its members accepting responsibility for its worship and activities, and so having a say in how it runs and a hand in how it works.
If you would like to join the roll, please download a form here, print it out, fill it in and return it. The address to which to send the form by post is All Saints Church, 122 Oakleigh Road North, London N20 9EZ but you can drop it into the church office or hand it in at any church service. It would be very helpful if you could provide an email address on your form.
You must be 16 or over to join the electoral roll but please note that young people who become 16 during the next 12 months may complete the form now and will then be eligible to be entered on the roll on their 16th birthday.
If you have any questions you can telephone the Electoral Roll Officer, Debbie Lane, on 020 8445 2269 or email her at email@example.com
Our Stewardship campaign 2013 began at our patronal festival on Sunday 3rd November with the aim to ensure that All Saints remains a financially viable church, to ensure we are able to continue our work here.
You can choose to donate to All Saints’ at any service, or set up a regular standing order. An online form will soon be available to fill out to set up a regular payment to us, but in the meantime, please use the MyDonate link at the top of the page.
Time and Talents
When joining the Electoral Roll, you will be invited to complete a Time and Talents form noting:
- particular interests (e.g. charities)
- ways they might help in our work and worship
The end of the Car Treasure Hunt in 2011:
across the Diocesan boundary in the church of St Mary’s East Barnet