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You are very welcome and we would love to meet you. If you would like to find out more about All Souls, come along to one of our Sunday services, and speak to one of our Welcome Team (they wear bright yellow lanyards), after any of the services, or visit the 'Connect Corner' at the back of Church after the 5.30pm services.

Over the summer many of our groups take a break, and instead we meet centrally each Tuesday evening.
Click here to find out about our summer programme

Our bible study groups and events start up again in September. To find out more about them come along to one of our Welcome Evenings and join us for our regular Prayer Gatherings.

Welcome Evenings 

19.00 - 20.00 on 16 September, 14 October and 11 November in the Waldegrave Hall

The evenings are informal and relaxed. You will have the opportunity to meet a variety of people who consider All Souls their home, find out about the vision and mission of this church and our journey so far. You can also explore how you can get involved and ask any questions!



Prayer Gatherings

On alternate Tuesday evenings we gather as a church family to pray together. 
For details and dates click here.

Life Groups

We also encourage everyone to join one of our small Bible study groups, called Life Groups.
Life groups are a key part of All Souls' life, because through these groups we support and encourage one another in our lives as Christians here in the heart of the city.
To find out more about our Life Groups, click here.  

Below are links to other Life Groups you may wish to follow up.
springboardnewlogo A one year discipleship course for anyone new
Click here for more information
oneword-Logo-Lblue Bible studies and other events for students, both postgrads and undergrads
Click here for more information
CE Button For those considering the claims of Christianity.
Our next Christianity Explored course is in February 2019. If you interested in finding out more about the Christian faith, then Life Explored is a similar course which you may find helpful.
Click here for more information about Christianity Explored