A CONCERT FOR SAINT CECILIA’S DAY
The church was full, the concert was wonderful and the cakes afterwards were amazing! What more we could ask?
Thank you, Lesley, for these photos.
MAKING A ‘FOUNTAIN OF POPPIES’. This display will be at All Saints’ gate for Remembrance Sunday 2021. It includes purple poppies to commemorate the animals who have served in war.
RESPONDING TO THE BLYTHSWOOD CHRISTMAS SHOEBOX APPEAL..
DOLPHINS ROUND THE PULPIT. (No idea why..)
THE CHANCEL ROOF
DOORS OPEN 4-5 SEPTEMBER
Thank you, Sue, for these beautiful flower arrangements.
APRIL 25 2021 – ROGATION SUNDAY
On Rogation Sunday, there is the beautiful tradition of bringing the ‘first fruits of the garden’ to the church to be blessed. This year, we did just that and the basket of produce was then raffled off in aid of church funds.
Here is the basket:
Due to restrictions caused by the Covid19 pandemic, Christmas at Challoch was somewhat subdued this year. Nevertheless, the church was as beautifully decorated as usual: thank you, Rosemary and Sue, for the following photos.
LEST WE FORGET NOVEMBER 2020
Commemorating the war graves in Challoch churchyard. Thank you, Sue Hearn, for continuing the tradition started by your mother and stepfather, Liz and David Barfoot, of placing crosses on the graves of the fallen buried here.
Follow the link to the Scottish War Graves Project, which will tell you more about these memorials.
Thanks to our Digital Missioner, Petko Maronov, for the following three photos:
Our thanks to Mr G. Bennett for the following twelve lovely photographs of All Saints, which he took in May 2016 when he and his wife visited the church:
a pew end
The Easter Garden
A view of All Saints from across the fields (March 2015)
All Saints by floodlight at the Midnight Mass service
Memorial to Major General the Hon: Alexander Stewart
War Memorial plaques on the north wall inside the church
A War Grave, situated near the entrance to the churchyard.
a memorial window
the outside of the church