All Saints' Parish Church
In accordance with the Archbishops' instruction, all public worship is suspended for a season and the church is closed.
However, morning and evening prayers, as well as Sunday and mid week Mass services, are being live-streamed on our Facebook page.
Service times are in the calendar, and on Facebook, as are the orders of service for Sunday masses. For the orders of service for midweek masses go to What's On, Worship Services
The liturgy for Morning and Evening Prayer is from the Church of England Daily Prayer app
See "How do I do that?" below for instructions and links
Fr David, Rector
About All Saints Church
At the Heart of Carshalton
Situated by Carshalton Ponds, All Saints is the ancient and Mother Church of England parish church for Carshalton village and The Wrythe.
Welcoming and inclusive, we are also are known for our strong musical tradition, long history, and the building's beautiful interior.
We are proud to be aligned with All Saints Carshalton Church of England Primary School. www.allsaintscarshalton.sutton.sch.uk
How do I do that?
To join in with an online service...
Services conducted by the Rector are now being live-streamed from the church itself, but not yet those led by members of the Worship Group. The House of Bishops is keeping these guidelines constantly under review and updates will be posted here.
To join a online service, just click on the Facebook icon at the top right of the page above.
The videos stay there so if, for example, you can’t make live morning prayer at 8:30, catch up later. Or watch on our YouTube channel.
The Orders of Service for masses are on the Facebook page, those for Mattins and Compline on the Daily Prayer app. Switch between contemporary and traditional using the menu option in the bottom left corner of your screen. If you use the Church of England website, there is a 'More Options' button.
Or download from your Apple / Android app store
And in case you were wondering about this as well...
As we know, one of things many children like doing is putting money in boxes or bags. Indeed, we have a team of young sides people at the All Age mass who really enjoy taking the collection bags round the congregation.
Of course we now can’t meet in church, and one of the fathers from the 9 o'clock asked how he could continue making the same family donation while the services were suspended.
If you feel the same way, you can make a one-off donation or set up a Standing Order to the church. You can stop or change the standing order whenever you like, so when we are all back in the real world, you or your children can go back to putting donations in the collection plate again.
The bank details are:
All Saints Church Carshalton PCC
On this website: (Home tab, Giving) you will find a Donate button, and a Standing Order mandate form. You could fill this in and send it to your bank, but if you do online banking you can set it up yourself with the church details next time you log in to your account. (There's also the Gift Aid form which would increase the value of what you are giving of course - we claim this currently under the HMRC allowance for small cash donations).
Simples! - and would be very gratefully received while the church is closed.
The Rector reading the Ninth Lesson at our 2019 Christmas Carol Service
All Saints is the Anglican Parish Church for central Carshalton in the London Borough of Sutton, England. The extent of our parish is shown on the parish map part of this website. Having been a place of Christian worship for over 1000 years, we are very much a living church, offering dignified yet accessible worship. Our historic building is placed in a beautiful setting by Carshalton Ponds, and has an outstanding interior.
All Saints is within the Diocese of Southwark which is a geographical section of the Church of England. The Church of England web site describes our Christian faith.
We offer traditional Church of England baptism, wedding and funeral services.
As you move about the church, please take care. This ancient church contains features such as stone steps, hot candles and incense, and a stone floor that is uneven in places. The church is often open to the public; please take care of your valuables. Similarly the graveyard has uneven surfaces and many trip hazards such as kerb-stones that may be concealed in undergrowth.
All Saints' Primary School
Carshalton Parish Church has for many years played an active part in primary education.
It is a happy, high achieving school that accepts children for who they are, and aims to give them throughout their time security, confidence and stability. It promotes spiritual awareness, self-esteem and proper confidence, the children are encouraged to develop lively and enquiring minds and be able to form good personal relationships, and they are equipped with the knowledge and skills to face the future in an always changing world. While its academic record has always been a good one, faith is at the heart of a Christian school, and ours aims to be a place of love and joy, of mutual understanding and emotional depth. God has been good to us, and the school strives to share those good things.
"No legacy is so rich as honesty"