Worship is central to life at All Saints’. The vision that shapes our time together on a Sunday is simple: we focus on God and we leave with a greater sense of hope and joy.
Our services are shaped by Anglican tradition and tailored to be relevant to your daily life and spiritual journey. Inspiring music, meaningful sermons, a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere: these are the things you will find when you join us on a Sunday morning.
People often have different preferences when it comes to worship. So throughout the year we offer special services, including jazz services, contemporary formats, meditations, morning prayer, and seasonal lessons and carols. On a typical Sunday, you can choose from the following:
At 8:00 am: a quiet and contemplative Communion service, with Bible readings and prayers from the traditional Book of Common Prayer and a brief sermon. This service runs about 40 minutes.
At 10:00 am: a classic Anglican service of worship, with relevant biblical preaching, glorious music, something for children and young families, and a warm welcome. This service runs about an hour and a quarter, includes Holy Communion, and follows the liturgy found in our Book of Alternative Services.
At 10:00 am on the first Sunday of each month: a multi-generational service (known as Family Eucharist) in which children and families take a central role in the service, from reading the Bible to leading the prayers to baking the bread for Communion. We try to keep this service to an hour or less.