A ‘Society Parish’ under the Pastoral Care of the Bishop of Fulham
Check our ‘This Week’ page for all services etc. during the current pandemic
The Church Office remains closed for the time being, so any enquiries for Baptisms, Banns etc., should be made via our e-mail address: – firstname.lastname@example.org
You can now access our ‘Facebook Page’ by using the link above or at the bottom of all our Website Pages
Click on the logo above to view our Annual Report for 2021
If you are researching your Family Tree information about our where to find our Church Records can be found here
Some prayers that you may use to wish during the week can be found on our ‘Prayer Resources’ page. You will also find our Weekly Prayer List at the top of the page
If you have any particular prayer requests please e-mail them to email@example.com
All Saints’ Parish Church is a late Victorian building, built to serve the needs of an ever-growing population in the latter years of the nineteenth century. Although originally a larger parish, it is now one of the smallest in South London, but still serves a densely populated area and continues to fulfill the role for which it was originally built.
The church has an enthusiastic choir, a dedicated team of servers, and a committed congregation.
Level access is provided for wheelchairs or for the disabled, and there is always someone on hand to give assistance. An induction loop is incorporated into the building for those who may be hard-of-hearing.
‘Children’s Church’ meets in the hall on a Sunday morning and, on the second Sunday of the month, ‘Teddy Bear Church’ meets in the S. Michael Chapel at 10.00.a.m.
We maintain strong links with our church school – All Saints’ Primary – and special services for the staff and children are held in the church throughout the year. A little bit of the history of the school can be found on our ‘All Saints’ School’ page.
All Saints Church is in the Diocese of Southwark, in the Archdeaconry of Lambeth and in the Deanery of Merton. It fully complies with the Diocesan Safeguarding Policy and with Data Protection Requirements. The safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults is something that this church takes very seriously and full details can be found on our Safeguarding pages.
Normal Pattern of Services
- Sundays – Solemn Mass 11.00.a.m. (Children’s Church in the hall) Followed by Coffee
- 1st Sunday in the month – Cake Stall after Mass. Rosary at 6.00.p.m.
- 2nd Sunday in the month – ‘Teddy Bear Church’ in the Chapel 10.00.a.m.
- 3rd Sunday in the month – Solemn Evensong (Book of Common Prayer) & Benediction 6.30.p.m.
- Tuesdays – Low Mass 7.30.p.m.
- Thursdays – Low Mass 11.00.a.m.
- (For additional services and a look at ‘what’s going on’ please see our ‘Calendar’ , ‘This Week’ and ‘Parish News’ pages.)
A number of organisations meet on regular basis – if you want to know more about the Over 50’s Club, our ‘Quiet Garden’, ‘Open Church’ or the ‘Wednesday Working Party’ please look at our ‘Organisations’ page
Pictures of some of our latest events – including some pictures of ‘Lockdown’, the opening of the Quiet Garden, our Easter photos, and our Corpus Christi ‘Flower Carpet’ – can be viewed on our ‘This Year’ page.
Get in Touch
All Saints’ Church is situated in All Saints’ Road, South Wimbledon, London SW19
Turning into the road from Haydons Road, you will find the church building about 25 yards down on your right. If you are going to the hall then you should continue on to the junction with Norman Road, turn right and the hall is about 10 yards down on the right hand side.
All Saints’ Church, South Wimbledon
Office Telephone Number 0208 542 5514
E-mail: – firstname.lastname@example.org
Church Office : – For enquiries about Baptisms, Weddings etc. Usually open on Tuesday evenings from 6.30.p.m. – 7.15.p.m. (The entrance is through the Church Hall situated alongside the church in Norman Road)
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