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All Saints Anglican Church

Next Sunday Service

10 December 2023 | 08h30

Togetherness and Community is Possible this Year!

We Welcome You.


Whether you are a regular or making your first visit to All Saints, you are most welcome. Our church services take place on Sundays and Wednesdays and you will find All Saints a welcoming and relaxed place to practice, or re-connect with, your faith.

We look forward to worshipping with you soon.

Notice Board:

Soup Kitchen: Thank you so much to everyone who has donated soup, ingredients and funds toward the soup kitchen. We are always grateful to receive your weekly donations. Please speak to Lindi Kekana if you would like to help or get involved (082 803 8067)
Sacristans Ministry: We are looking to increase the team who assist with our sacristans. Please contact the office or speak with Lungi after the service to find out more.
Bell Ringing: We will be holding Bell Ringing practices on Saturdays at 15h00. Please join us if you are interested. For more information, contact Brian at 082-494-6453
Flowers & tea: Please consider donating flowers or tea to commemorate a special occasion, remember a loved one, in thanksgiving, etc. Rosters are just before you exit the church building on the right.
Messy Church: Join us from 15h00 on 10 December for our Christmas Messy Church, as we explore the bible in a fun and relaxed environment. Please speak to Jean if you would like to find out more about Messy Church.

The Coming of Christ

Christmas holds a special place in the hearts of Anglicans and Christians worldwide. It all starts with the beginning of the Church year, Advent.

Advent, a season of reflection and anticipation. It lasts for four Sundays before Christmas Day. During Advent, the Church prepares to celebrate the coming of Christ. The decorations are simple and sparse, often adorned with the traditional color of purple. As darkness envelops the world, the symbols of light and darkness resonate powerfully. The Advent wreath, with its four purple candles, marks the weeks leading up to Christmas. The central white candle represents Christ, the Light of the world. Here’s a prayer from this season:

“Lord Jesus, Light of light, you have come among us. Help us who live by your light to shine as lights in your world. Glory to God in the highest. Amen.”

Christmas. On December 25 we celebrate the mystery of God dwelling among humanity. Jesus, the Son of Mary, fulfils the promises of the Old Testament prophets. Christmas is a time of great celebration, uniting believers and marking the birth of our Savior.

May this Christmas season fill your heart with hope, joy, and the light of Christ! 🌟🎄

Save the Dates:

Sunday 10 December – Nativity Play 08h30

Sunday 10 December – Carol Service 18h00

Sunday 17 December – Blue Christmas 15h00

Sunday 24 December – Crib Service 17h00

Sunday 24 December – Midnight Mass 22h00

Monday 25 December – Christmas Day Service 08h30

The Spirit of Dedicated Giving

Bell Ringing Practice on Saturdays.

From 15h00 every Saturday.

Learn the art of bell ringing at All Saints with Brian (082 494 6453). Alternatively, contact the church office for more details.

Quiet Mornings are here again.

Saturday Nov 18 at All Saints Church.

09h00 to 12h30

Centering Prayer Group Every Tuesday at 09h30


Our Services offer a balance of the traditional and the more modern approach to worship depending on which service you choose. Our Sunday Service takes place each Sunday at 08h30.

Other Ministries

In addition to our traditional ministries and faith based engagement with our members and visitors we have a special focus on Youth, Children and Messy Church. All inclusive, creative and absorbing ways to encounter God.

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We are All Saints

We are all about the simplicity of the experience of journeying with God. Our home lies in secluded beauty in the heart of Fourways. We offer two services on a Sunday and a further service on a Wednesday. Our ministering team comprises a group of dynamic individuals who are passionate about their relationship with God and sharing the message with others who are looking to continue or start their spiritual and religious relationship with Him.

What We Do

We inspire your journey with God wherever and whenever we can.

“We are to come before our God, bow down and worship Him. We are to sing for joy and shout aloud His salvation. We are to extol Him with music, song and life.” Psalm 95:1-7 

Our Team

Reverend Dr. Anastasia Huntley

Reverend Anastasia started at All Saints Fourways in May 2019. She brings an open and sincere approach to her duties as a devoted Anglican and member of the Fourways community. She is passionate and inclusive with a strong focus on living our lives in response to God’s love.

Jean Pienaar (Ministry: Messy Church)

Jean is passionate about creatively building a questioning Christian faith in families, through empowerment and conversation as we journey through life together. She adopts a “hands-on” process of discovery, trusting God to meet and minister to each individual wherever they are.

Delicia ‘Del’ Bunn (Ministry: Children’s Church)

Del has found her calling in the children’s ministry. The portfolio looks at engaging with Jesus in an accessible and engaging way such that faith can be brought to light in the young. If you want to know more about what we do at All Saints Sunday School and ‘Vibe’, Del is always available.

Judith Mugeni (Ministry: Vibe Connect – Young Adults)

The dream is to bring together young people going through similar experiences post high school to CONNECT, to church, to life, to God, to each other in a fun, authentic and relevant way. 

Lani Maroleni (Ministry: Vibe Youth)

Lani was born into the Anglican church and continues to be a devoted Anglican who has now found her calling as a youth leader. What excites her is to see the youth come alive during discussion of faith.

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