Worship at All Saints'
Present worship at All Saints
Mass is now open to the public, but continues to be live-streamed from the church on Sunday as well as Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 10am. The services remain on Facebook and also on YouTube afterwards. Choose the order of service you need from the buttons above.
Please reserve a place in church If you wish to attend in person - you will have your booking confirmed with a reminder of the current procedures a few days before. If you have booked to come to church for a service, please download the order of service in advance and read it from your phone or tablet if possible. If not, some paper copies will be available to take away.
Please note, Thursday's service is reserved for the over 70's at the moment.
Other services also online are:
Mattins Monday to Saturday at 8:30am
Compline Every evening at 9pm
Orders of service for these are on the Church of England Daily Prayer app or online. See the Home page for instructions
Engaging with God is central to what we are and do. Please see our "What's On" for a calendar which shows the public services in the church.
The services usually last no more than an hour. We celebrate Mass (Eucharist or Holy Communion) very much in the modern catholic tradition of the Church of England; we're traditional but not at all stuffy! Incense is used at all services except the 8 am and weekday masses. We place a strong emphasis upon inclusiveness; neither age, gender nor sexual orientation are a bar worshipping or involvement at All Saints'
After the 9 am All Age Mass and 10:30 High Mass we usually offer refreshments, so that those attending that service can get to know each other better.
The pictures below showing what happens at a typical High Mass, click on any picture for more details.
We rejoice in our inheritance with all the saints and we thank God for the blessings he has given us here. We are worth a visit. Come and taste and see how gracious the Lord is.
8 am Low Mass in the Lady Chapel; please enter via the tower door
9 am All Age Mass
10.30 am High Mass
except Mothering Sunday, Palm Sunday, Harvest and the Sunday after Christmas when there will be a combined All Age and High Mass at 10 am, and Remembrance Sunday (the 2nd Sunday in November) when there will be a combined All Age and High Mass at 9:30 am followed by a 10:45 open-air remembrance service including 2 minutes of silence at 11am.
6.30 pm Evensong
First Sunday in the month (except August and September, and New Year's Day and Easter Day if these fall on a first Sunday): Choral Evensong, led by the Choir. All other Sundays: Evensong, unless Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday in which case Midnight Mass takes its place.