If you are new to the area or just new to church, we would love to get to know you. You are welcome to join any of our online services, or if you would like to know more then we would love to talk to you any time.
Within the four churches that make up the 4U team we hope you will find a community that feels like your extended family. It’s a little different at the moment as we deal with the impact of coronavirus and the ‘stay at home’ measures in place, but we’re making it work and are still very active.
If you’re keen to find out all that is going on within the parish then please visit our digital church page.
If you are interested in exploring the Christian faith, you might want to join our next Alpha course – this is a great way to meet other people and to ask questions in a supportive environment.
Time on your hands to explore life’s big questions? Try Alpha! During this time of isolation and social distancing you can still connect with others in your community and explore the big questions of life.
Over the next few months we will be running two online Alpha Courses. One will be open to everyone and held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 8-9pm, 21 April until 28 May. The other is for women only and will be held on Monday evenings from 8-9.15pm, 27 April until 29 June. During the sessions we will watch a 20 minute film together followed by a group discussion via video conference. No questions are out of bounds.
Are you new to All Saints Marlow? Would you like to find out more about the church’s vision and values? Would you like to meet some more people and get to know more of the team? Then this is the group for you!
Join us for five weekly online sessions where we get to know each other whilst being inspired by what God has planned for us here in Marlow.
The course will be held weekly on Tuesdays, 7.30-9.30pm, from 9 June until 7 July. Sign up here.
We think that Small Groups are central to the community life of our church outside of Sunday gatherings, currently virtual gatherings. We believe scripture teaches that the Christian life works better in community. Small Groups are also an important place where we can relate our faith to all of our lives, the things we do and face every day.
The brochure for the next term, including what the different Small Groups are, when the take place and how to join, can be downloaded here.