Sunday services at 8am & 10am every Sunday!
Worshipping with us…
All Saints’ is a Church and a community committed to bringing the living faith of Jesus Christ to all who cross its threshold or meet its people.
Our worship is offered in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England, where Christ is present in the beauty of holiness and the sacraments. Through good music, reflective preaching, and intelligent engagement with the scriptures, we hope to sustain and nourish people in the faith.
Christ himself welcomed people whatever their story, background or situation, so you will find a warm welcome at All Saints, whoever you are. Our principal act of worship is the Parish Eucharist (also called ‘Mass’ or ‘Holy Communion’), celebrated by Christians throughout the world. Single people, couples, children and families are all welcome – there is a weekly Sunday School, which joins in the start of worship, before worshipping and playing together in the less formal setting of the Hall. Parents and children always rejoin us for communion. The Church has a friendly and active social life, too, with regular events, lunches and parties, which celebrate both the local, national and liturgical high-points of the year. Our hall has been the venue for many plays, gigs and parties, from The Kinks to the Way of the Cross.
In church and beyond, we seek to be Christ’s body here in this parish as best we can, and we are always eager for others to join us on that quest.
Each week there are services of Eucharist at
- 8 am on Sunday according to the Book of Common Prayer;
- 10 am on on Sunday. We regard every service as a family service, but there are extra things for younger Christians at this service;
- 8 am on Tuesday in the Holy Spirit Chapel;
- 9.15 am on Thursday during school terms. This is Little Saints, a short Eucharist for mothers’ and children in the Holy Spirit Chapel followed at 9.45 am by coffee and play in the church hall
If you would like us to pray for you, or someone else, then we would love to do so. Simply email Fr Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office 020 8445 8388.
We can either pray publicly at our weekly Eucharist, or if you would prefer, Fr Gregory will pray for you in his private daily prayers.
You might find the following selection of prayers useful: