Ladies & Men's Events
For a number of years All Saints Church has hosted Ladies Evenings in Poringland Village Hall. The hall is transformed with flowers, balloons, candles and beautifully decorated tables in order to make the ‘old lady’ look as presentable and welcoming as possible.
Upon arrival guests are warmly welcomed with a drink and nibbles, followed by a time for relaxation and perhaps a catch up with an acquaintance. The Village Hall is filled with chat and laughter.
During the evening a guest speaker is invited to tell her story, including her introduction to Jesus and the Christian faith. We have been privileged to learn of many different encounters with the Living Lord and how lives have been changed as a result.
If you would like to be included on our mailing list to receive an invitation to the next Ladies Evening, then please contact,
Caroline Milton: 01508 493756
Claudia Parsonage: 01508 493211
These are organised by All Saints Church and are held three times a year, on Saturday, in February/March, July and October, at Poringland Village Hall,
8am to 9.30am.
8.00 am - Breakfast
9.00 am – Guest speaker
9.30 am – Finish
Breakfast consists of,
Choice of cereals
A selection of white & wholemeal toast, Croissants, preserves
Fried egg, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, beans, tomatoes.
Tea, coffee & fruit juice
If you have any special dietary need we can cater for these as well.
The guest speaker is a Christian, who talks about how & when he came to faith and how that faith has helped him during his life.
The speaker pictured above, is
General Sir Richard Dannatt, Former Commander-in-Chief of the British Army, who spoke in 2014 about how his faith had helped him during his life in the Armed Forces.
If you wish to hear his testimony or others then please select Talks/Men's Breakfast from the menu above.
Men's Night at the Royal Oak
Every last Wednesday of the month starting at 7.30pm.
The group is open to all Men who enjoy a good mardle over a pint or maybe two.
For more information contact Ken Milton 01508 493756