All Saints’ is committed to being an inclusive church.
We are open alike to visitors and newcomers, singles, couples, and families with children. Wherever you are on the journey of faith – and whatever your beliefs, personal or social circumstances, (dis)abilities, sexual orientation or gender identity – come and see. As a church we worship a loving God who welcomes all, without bias.
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All Saints worship is both modern and traditional, varied and creative. Our main act of worship is on a Sunday at 10.30am when we meet together for Holy Communion (the Mass): in it we journey with Jesus by listening to the scriptures, praying and singing, sharing bread and wine. A shorter ‘said’ Mass happens on Thursdays at 10.30am. We enjoy ‘Family Church’ with Messy Church, Messy Mass and Little Saints.
All Saints is also here for people at life’s big milestones through baptisms, weddings, funerals and more. Links to worship times and further details on services
At the heart of our community is prayer. Prayer is not just something we do on a Sunday. In one way or another it also happens through the week: at home, work, on zoom eg for Celtic Evening Prayer, on weekday mornings in our Lady Chapel (which is also open for private prayer).
When we come together we pray for the needs of the world, for those who struggle, for those who are ill, for the dying and for those who have departed this world. We are a people who remember those who have gone before us and for this our new Book of Remembrance is a special reminder. Link to prayer times and other prayer links eg CofE etc, Book of Remembrance
People come from a wide area to worship at All Saints. We believe that we gather together in the living fellowship of Jesus Christ. Our services are followed by refreshments and a chance to chat together. Because our building is modern, warm and comfortable, flexible and accessible it is encouraging of fellowship at other times too.
We believe and trust in the love and mercy of Jesus Christ. We want to discover more about the Christian journey of faith: what it means to follow Christ in our daily life, in our relationships with other people and with creation as a whole. Link to discipleship
As followers of Christ we are called to serve our neighbour in ordinary, everyday life. Locally, All Saints has close links with Emscote’s schools, The Gap community Centre, other churches and organisations. The resources of our main building, parish hall (The Contact Centre) and outdoor spaces mean that clubs, social events, music groups, meetings, conferences and more happen at All Saints. Links to various: schools, GAP, etc.
All Saints believes that ‘safeguarding’ is about the Gospel, the Good News of Jesus Christ. We do everything we can to help people feel welcome and safe at All Saints. Add safeguarding links.