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All Saints Church Ascot
March 2020

Sunday 1st March 2020 08:00Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
09:00Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
10:30Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
Monday 2nd March 2020 09:15Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
19:30Lent at the Movies at All Saints Hall CANCELLEDLent at the Movies This year in Lent we will return to a programme which enjoyed real success a few years ago. We will watch and discuss five movies. Like the previous Lent when we did this, we will not watch the whole film together. Rather, everyone will be encouraged to watch the film on their own, or with family or friends or other parishioners, before coming together to watch selected scenes and to discuss the films. Five films have been chosen which should encourage thoughtful discussion of our Christian faith from a variety of perspectives. We have selected two “Jesus” films, The Passion of the Christ and The Life of Brian. The former is Mel Gibson’s harrowing re-telling of Jesus’ final days. The latter, of course, is Monty Python’s hilariously irreverent account of a certain Brian whose life parallels that of Christ. The three other films are set in the contemporary period. The Railway Man tells the story of a British army officer who, having suffered as a prisoner of war in Burma, later confronts the Japanese officer who tortured him. Philomena similarly dwells on the theme of forgiveness and redemption, but this film is comedy about an Irish woman and a reporter who covers her story as she seeks to find a son she gave up to adoption in her youth. Ushpizin is a heart-warming story set in the ultra-Orthodox neighbourhoods of Jerusalem. It tells of down and out husband and wife who struggle to pay their bills, long for a child and host unexpected guests during the festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles). “Lent at the Movies” will meet every Monday in March at 7:30, in All Saints’ Hall. Come and join us!
Tuesday 3rd March 2020 09:30Mini Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
Thursday 5th March 2020 12:15Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
Saturday 7th March 2020 09:15Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
Sunday 8th March 2020 08:00Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
09:00Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
10:30Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
18:00Choral Evensong at All Saints Church (note start time)Please note earlier start time.
Monday 9th March 2020 09:15Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
19:30Lent at the Movies at All Saints Hall CANCELLEDLent at the Movies This year in Lent we will return to a programme which enjoyed real success a few years ago. We will watch and discuss five movies. Like the previous Lent when we did this, we will not watch the whole film together. Rather, everyone will be encouraged to watch the film on their own, or with family or friends or other parishioners, before coming together to watch selected scenes and to discuss the films. Five films have been chosen which should encourage thoughtful discussion of our Christian faith from a variety of perspectives. We have selected two “Jesus” films, The Passion of the Christ and The Life of Brian. The former is Mel Gibson’s harrowing re-telling of Jesus’ final days. The latter, of course, is Monty Python’s hilariously irreverent account of a certain Brian whose life parallels that of Christ. The three other films are set in the contemporary period. The Railway Man tells the story of a British army officer who, having suffered as a prisoner of war in Burma, later confronts the Japanese officer who tortured him. Philomena similarly dwells on the theme of forgiveness and redemption, but this film is comedy about an Irish woman and a reporter who covers her story as she seeks to find a son she gave up to adoption in her youth. Ushpizin is a heart-warming story set in the ultra-Orthodox neighbourhoods of Jerusalem. It tells of down and out husband and wife who struggle to pay their bills, long for a child and host unexpected guests during the festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles). “Lent at the Movies” will meet every Monday in March at 7:30, in All Saints’ Hall. Come and join us!
Tuesday 10th March 2020 09:30Mini Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
Thursday 12th March 2020 12:15Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
Saturday 14th March 2020 09:15Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
Sunday 15th March 2020 08:00Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
09:00Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
10:30Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
Monday 16th March 2020 09:15Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
19:30Lent at the Movies at All Saints Hall CANCELLEDLent at the Movies This year in Lent we will return to a programme which enjoyed real success a few years ago. We will watch and discuss five movies. Like the previous Lent when we did this, we will not watch the whole film together. Rather, everyone will be encouraged to watch the film on their own, or with family or friends or other parishioners, before coming together to watch selected scenes and to discuss the films. Five films have been chosen which should encourage thoughtful discussion of our Christian faith from a variety of perspectives. We have selected two “Jesus” films, The Passion of the Christ and The Life of Brian. The former is Mel Gibson’s harrowing re-telling of Jesus’ final days. The latter, of course, is Monty Python’s hilariously irreverent account of a certain Brian whose life parallels that of Christ. The three other films are set in the contemporary period. The Railway Man tells the story of a British army officer who, having suffered as a prisoner of war in Burma, later confronts the Japanese officer who tortured him. Philomena similarly dwells on the theme of forgiveness and redemption, but this film is comedy about an Irish woman and a reporter who covers her story as she seeks to find a son she gave up to adoption in her youth. Ushpizin is a heart-warming story set in the ultra-Orthodox neighbourhoods of Jerusalem. It tells of down and out husband and wife who struggle to pay their bills, long for a child and host unexpected guests during the festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles). “Lent at the Movies” will meet every Monday in March at 7:30, in All Saints’ Hall. Come and join us!
Tuesday 17th March 2020 09:30Mini Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
Thursday 19th March 2020 11:00Funeral at All Saints Church
12:15Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
Saturday 21st March 2020 09:15Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
Sunday 22nd March 2020 08:00Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
09:00Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
10:30Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
Monday 23rd March 2020 09:15Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
19:30Lent at the Movies at All Saints Hall CANCELLEDLent at the Movies This year in Lent we will return to a programme which enjoyed real success a few years ago. We will watch and discuss five movies. Like the previous Lent when we did this, we will not watch the whole film together. Rather, everyone will be encouraged to watch the film on their own, or with family or friends or other parishioners, before coming together to watch selected scenes and to discuss the films. Five films have been chosen which should encourage thoughtful discussion of our Christian faith from a variety of perspectives. We have selected two “Jesus” films, The Passion of the Christ and The Life of Brian. The former is Mel Gibson’s harrowing re-telling of Jesus’ final days. The latter, of course, is Monty Python’s hilariously irreverent account of a certain Brian whose life parallels that of Christ. The three other films are set in the contemporary period. The Railway Man tells the story of a British army officer who, having suffered as a prisoner of war in Burma, later confronts the Japanese officer who tortured him. Philomena similarly dwells on the theme of forgiveness and redemption, but this film is comedy about an Irish woman and a reporter who covers her story as she seeks to find a son she gave up to adoption in her youth. Ushpizin is a heart-warming story set in the ultra-Orthodox neighbourhoods of Jerusalem. It tells of down and out husband and wife who struggle to pay their bills, long for a child and host unexpected guests during the festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles). “Lent at the Movies” will meet every Monday in March at 7:30, in All Saints’ Hall. Come and join us!
Tuesday 24th March 2020 09:30Mini Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
Thursday 26th March 2020 12:15Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
Saturday 28th March 2020 09:15Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
Sunday 29th March 2020 08:00Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
09:00Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED
10:30Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
Monday 30th March 2020 09:15Mass at All Saints Church CANCELLED
19:30Lent at the Movies at All Saints Hall CANCELLEDLent at the Movies This year in Lent we will return to a programme which enjoyed real success a few years ago. We will watch and discuss five movies. Like the previous Lent when we did this, we will not watch the whole film together. Rather, everyone will be encouraged to watch the film on their own, or with family or friends or other parishioners, before coming together to watch selected scenes and to discuss the films. Five films have been chosen which should encourage thoughtful discussion of our Christian faith from a variety of perspectives. We have selected two “Jesus” films, The Passion of the Christ and The Life of Brian. The former is Mel Gibson’s harrowing re-telling of Jesus’ final days. The latter, of course, is Monty Python’s hilariously irreverent account of a certain Brian whose life parallels that of Christ. The three other films are set in the contemporary period. The Railway Man tells the story of a British army officer who, having suffered as a prisoner of war in Burma, later confronts the Japanese officer who tortured him. Philomena similarly dwells on the theme of forgiveness and redemption, but this film is comedy about an Irish woman and a reporter who covers her story as she seeks to find a son she gave up to adoption in her youth. Ushpizin is a heart-warming story set in the ultra-Orthodox neighbourhoods of Jerusalem. It tells of down and out husband and wife who struggle to pay their bills, long for a child and host unexpected guests during the festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles). “Lent at the Movies” will meet every Monday in March at 7:30, in All Saints’ Hall. Come and join us!
Tuesday 31st March 2020 09:30Mini Mass at Chapel of Ss Mary & John CANCELLED