About Our Church
Located in a suburban setting, All Saints Church has a very eclectic
congregation of Africans, Asians, Europeans, and English, majority of whom are from India and Pakistan.
The church is of a central Anglican
tradition in its liturgical preferences.
Its strapline "Multilingual worship
in a multi-cultural community" speaks volumes about its being a
melting pot of various cultures and traditions.
Missional at heart, the
church is outward-looking with a focus on the local community's needs and discipleship.
Our mission is to serve our wonderfully diverse local
community in the love and likeness of Jesus Christ.
All Saints Church
On 10th June 2012, the membership of Leicester United Christian Fellowship officially became a Church of England congregation, and moved into what was the closed church of St Gabriel, Kerrysdale Avenue, Belgrave, now being known as The Church of All Saints.
The Assistant Bishop of Leicester, the Rt Revd Christopher Boyle, who
conducted the welcome services at both the Cathedral and All Saints on
10th June, says, “I believe we need the presence of Leicester United Christian Fellowship in the Diocese of Leicester. We need each other's vision of Christ to correct and enlarge and focus our own. Only together are we complete in Christ. The formalisation of the fellowship will bring them fully into the Church of England.”
All Saints is made up of Christians and those exploring faith from across
the generations from the very young to the more senior, all united in
faith, love and fellowship.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH SAFEGUARDING STATEMENT
The Church PCC has adopted the safeguarding statement of the
National Church, that is “Promoting a Safer Church”.
The Church is committed to:
Promoting a safer environment and culture
Safely recruiting and supporting all those with any responsibility related to children, young people, and vulnerable adults within the church.
Responding promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation.
Caring pastorally for victims/survivors of abuse and other affected persons.
Caring pastorally for those who are the subject of concerns or allegations of abuse and other affected persons.
Responding to those who may pose a present risk to others.
The PCC undertakes to:
Create a safe and caring place for all.
Have a named Safeguarding Co-ordinator for Children and Young Persons and Vulnerable Adults.