The Parish engages in a range of activities both for the support of its community members and welcoming engagement with people around us. We almost always provide some form of hospitality following services, to all everyone a chance to meet informally. Parishioners also gather for a pub lunch on a monthly basis.

We seek to extend our community life to those who are unable to attend, through age, illness or disability, and will also respond to requests for help with overcoming difficulties in attending worship services. Outreach services are provided at local age care facilities by arrangement, and regular visiting also takes place, including offering some music at Christmas. If you would like to connect with us to access worship or to be visited, please contact the Vicar.

The parish engages in regular activity to support those struggling to meet their financial commitments or to have enough food or other basic necessities. Food collection continues throughout the year, as a contribution to the Anglicare food relief service in Preston. We also conduct some fund-raising activity for Anglicare and contribute directly to other Anglican and wider church agencies that provide support to those affected by poverty. We have a long-standing partnership with the Brotherhood of St Laurence, which conducts an Op Shop from the All Saints site. We engage in activity to support specific charitable fundraising activity from time to time.

In collaboration with other Anglican parishes around us, principally St Philip’s Collingwood and St Mark’s Fitzroy we have engaged in social justice focused activity, principally in the areas of housing and climate justice, in order to connect with others inside and outside the Church, and to explore our own responses as Christians to matters of serious social and community concern.

Regular food collections are an activity of both worship centres