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Regular Groups

All Saints’ Church is lively and outward looking. The Glebe Centre was constructed and brought into use in 2013, and this is the base for many activities. Other church-run and church-supported opportunities also meet elsewhere.

Tiny Tots pre-school children’s and parents / carers group. This is a meet-up for parents and their pre-school age children in the Glebe Centre. Thursday mornings in term time, 09:30am to 11.00am. For more info contact Tracy or Lindsey (see Other Contacts).

Open Door - This group is open to anyone, who perhaps through bereavement, divorce, loneliness, or for whatever reason would welcome the opportunity to meet once a month with a friendly group of people for different social events. For more details please contact Brian Moore on 01342 714359.

All Saints’ Church Choir. Do you enjoy singing? Does your child enjoy singing? All Saints Choir welcomes adult and child choristers. Junior Choir is open to all youngsters from 3-16 and practice each Friday from 5.15 pm to 6.00 pm in the church. All members are encouraged to complete the various stages towards the Bishop's Certificate for Junior Choristers. As well as singing at the main 10.00am services there are opportunities to sing at Weddings, Funerals and various concerts held throughout the year. Please contact Helen Acraman, our Musical Director (see Other Contacts).

Mothers’ Union - Mothers' Union is an international Christian charity that seeks to support families worldwide. Members share one heartfelt vision - to bring about a world where God’s love is shown through loving, respectful and flourishing relationships. By supporting marriage and family life, especially through times of adversity, they tackle the most urgent needs challenging relationships and communities. Members are not all mothers, or even women. The Crawley Down, Turners Hill and Copthorne Branch meets once a month.

Monday Club This club - originally based for many years in Crawley Down Village Hall - provides lunch and entertainment for anyone in the village who has reached that milestone in life "60". We meet in the Copthorne Pavilion each Monday, where we enjoy a time of chat over a cup of tea or coffee, followed by lunch and then some sort of entertainment. For details, or if you need transportation, or if you would like to volunteer to help in any way, contact Marion Welchman 01342 458559.

Time Aside in the Glebe Centre - www.timeaside.com Art therapy for families with children who have disabilities.

Cake & Company meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the Glebe Centre, 2pm - 4pm. Come for a friendly chat or to sit and read the papers; knit and natter or join in a board game or jig-saw puzzle. Good homemade cakes and a cup of tea or coffee. Contact Rev. Liz Logan for more information.


You can leave clean unwanted clothes, bedding and shoes for Open House hostel for the homeless in Crawley, at the back of the church. Please mark the bag OPEN HOUSE. The Curate takes donations to Open House.

You can leave washed plastic milk container tops in the church porch. They go to a charity that buys specialised wheelchairs. The charity sells the tops to plastics recyclers.

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