On Sunday afternoon, 17th October, the Parish hosted members of the Norwood, Payneham and St Peters Council to an afternoon of cool drinks, delicious finger food and a guided tour of All Souls’ famous windows.
Over 40 people enjoyed a perfect Spring afternoon on the lawn, sipping wine donated by generous businesses and food from a talented caterer, followed by a presentation of the stories behind our stained glass windows.
Sue Crees and Helen Smith discussed strategies before everyone arrived!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY
CAROLYN GILROY of LITTLE REDS CATERING produced amazing finger food that went perfectly with the drinks – thanks to a kind donor.
On Sunday 27th June, Lily Castiglio was baptised at All Souls’ Church by Rev’d Tim Sherwell. Lily’s big sister Sophie was also baptised by Rev’d Tim at All Souls’ Church and watched as Lily became a member of the Parish family. Welcome Lily.
Once again, the people of St Peters and surrounding suburbs came up trumps with their donations of food and other items for those in need. Most people came with at least 2 bags – and in some cases many more. The younger generation took great delight in helping sort items into their categories and many had made their own purchases to be added to the donations.
Once again, Ann and Lionel Peisley and daughter Laura were the organisers and chief workers that made this annual event happen. Many don’t realise how much preparation goes into organising notices to be delivered and workers to be available on the day to collect donations. THANK YOU.
Below are some photos of the events of the day and the results of everyone’s generosity.
Parishioners washed the feet of each other in remembrance of Jesus’ service to his disciples at the Last Supper. At the conclusion of the service, the Church was stripped of all decoration in preparation for Good Friday observance.
The Stations of the Cross were recalled with art, poetry, music and special prayers. The congregation met in the stripped Church with only the illuminated cross as a reminder of the solemnity of Good Friday.
Following the service, Parishioners gathered in the garden in beautiful Autumn sunshine for Hot Cross Buns and cool drinks.
The celebration of Easter is always a joyful occasion. Brenton lead the brass musicians in making a beautiful noise to remember that “He is Risen!”
Palm Sunday was celebrated on 28th March 2021 with the blessing of the palms and procession into All Souls’ Church
The readings given by Steve Brookman reminded the congregation of the significance of this very important Sunday in the church calendar.
Pomegranates are the ancient Christian symbol of new life, the sweetness of heaven and the seeds the signs of the church, the people of God…
Bishop Denise Ferguson was welcomed as guest preacher
Elizabeth and Tiffany helped serve morning tea in Coles Hall where Parishioners enjoyed the fellowship and delicious home cooking.
The group of Anglican women who are meeting the challenge to trek the Larapinta Trail gathered in Coles Hall on Saturday 20th March to make palm crosses for the Anglican Parishes in Adelaide. The funds raised from their sale will go to aid the work of ABM.
The production line in action: Wash, clean and dry, then make them and finally, count them out and pack them to fill orders.
Washing and cleaning off the spider webs and mould: Fiona Hemstock (left) and Carol Cord-Udey (right) with Rev’d Jo Armour and Jill Rivers in the background.
The fiddly business of making palm crosses requires concentration: Judith Brown, Rev’d Wendy Morecroft, Dawn Goonasekera and Sara Blunt.
Sara Blunt and Megan Schwarz of ABM count and package the finished product.
Enjoy playing Badminton or want to have a go? Come and join us. A former National player for India and professional Badminton player, now studying in Adelaide, on hand to help you: Gouri Asseja.
Love to play Board Games but don’t often get the chance? Bring your favourite board game and come and play
When: Last Saturday of the month, 1-3pm
Where: Coles Hall, corner Third Avenue and Stephen Terrace
What: Badminton equipment provided – BYO board games
Tea and coffee available at No cost
Starting: Saturday 30th January 1.00pm
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org; 087230 0579
A community project of All Souls’ Anglican Church, St Peters
In September, we celebrated the baptism of Angus Rocca, whose parents, Emily (Perriam, pictured) and David, were married at All Souls, and big brother Max was also baptised in the Church.