Welcome to... www.allsaintshb.org.uk
All Saints
Parish Church
(in the Deanery of Leyland and Diocese of Blackburn)

Station Road, Hesketh Bank, West Lancashire, PR4 6SQ
All Saints Church Rector
Rev. David Dickinson ......
Mobile 07805-598256

All Saints Churchwardens
Mary Scambler Tel. 812685 & John Crook Tel. 07885-665720
All Saints Church Verger
Tim Hurlston.. Tel. 813539


Please visit us at All Saints Church,
and you will be made very welcome

Our Regular Sunday Services...
.. 9.00am - Holy Communion (B.C.P.)
10.30am - Parish Eucharist (C.W.)
All Age Worship - No Communion on the 3rd Sunday of the Month.

.. 6.30pm - Evensong (Last Sunday of the Month only)

10.15am - Sunday School (in the Church Hall)

“Lord, grow us in number and grow us in love. Amen”


Being a Christian

Being a Christian is not simply a vague belief in a god and then giving a nod to god once in a whileIt actually is a living relationship with God, whom who think of in three ways God the Father, creator of all God the Son, Jesus Christ of Nazareth, the redeemer of the world - this means He died to save us from sin, because God's prefect world has been spoiled by sin God the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life

We are separate d from God by our sin, we are born with it and then we start to do it

We need a rescuer - His name is Jesus

The short cut version is we give our lives to Jesus and then live for Him, not ourselves

We need to get to know Jesus as our Saviour

It’s as easy as A, B, C, D.

A = admit to God that you are a sinner.

B = believe that Jesus loves you and died for you.

C = confess that Jesus is your Lord and Saviour.
....................... (that means say it and believe it with all your heart)

D = Declare you belief that God raised Jesus from the dead.

That gives us ‘Saving Faith’ – you can’t confess Jesus as Lord without the activity of the Holy Spirit. Our faith is supernatural. Then, we begin a new life in Him. We do those ‘good works that God has prepared for us to walk in’. So we feed the hungry, give the thirsty a drink, clothe the naked, care for those who are ill and befriend the person in prison.

For 2,000 years the church, for all its faults, have been doing this, looking after the poor and needy, founding schools and hospitals, taking in the homeless and fighting against injustice. We continue that struggle to this day, driving back poverty, exposing modern day slavery and trafficking of people, supporting the food bank which are needed more than ever. In spite of our vast wealth in this country, many people are still caught out by our economic system. Yes some poverty is self-inflicted, but it is not our place to judge.
We help wherever we can.

I invite you to join with me in Christ, to say
Yes’ to God and to live this life to the full.

Rev. Dave x x x




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