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For where two or three gather in my name,

there am I with them.

Matthew 18:20






Living in Love and Faith 

Along with the wider Church of England this parish is exploring its response to the Living in Love and Faith document https://www.churchofengland.org/resources/living-love-and-faith/living-l...

The PCC will meet on 6th November for a study away day to discuss our communities thoughts and responses.

 If you wish to reflect on the sensitive  issues that are raised around gender/ sexuality/ marriage/ divorce etc please speak in confidence to a member of the clergy or PCC or send your reflections to help inform the PCC discussion



September 2021:

There will be a weekend of concerts and events to mark All Saints Day this year, beginning on 29 October at 7.30pm with a concert given by Stavros Dritsas. At 6.30pm on 31 October there will be a Songs of Praise festival of favourite readings and hymns. More details to follow.

On 7 November the Iken Scholars will be giving a concert of renaissance choral works on the theme of 'All Saints and All Souls'. The programme will include Victoria's famous 1605 Requiem. Tickets available on the door or via this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e... 



Please read the notice from Father Nicholas on the death of Mr Ian Jackson RIP.




Outside of Mass times church is currently closed 

Regular Sunday Services are: 8am, 1030 & 6.30pm. Tuesday Mass 7.30pm 






Requiem Mass for His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh will be held in church at noon on Monday 12th April. 


A Service of Prayer on the eve of the funeral of HRH Duke of Edinburgh will be held in church on Friday 16th April at 6pm





Father Nicholas has written a series of Art Reflections for Lent, read them here:  Sermons 2021




Fr Iain McKillop is a priest and painter in Guildford Diocese and is a friend of Jo Winn-Smith’s. He has generously allowed the Vicar to offer his “Lent Words”, a series of daily meditations that offer a rich and insightful journey for all of us. Read here: LENT WORDS - Fr Ian McKillop



Read Father Nicholas' pastoral letter to the parish at Epiphany 

Epiphany Pastoral Letter from Fr Nicholas


01/01/2021 -

During the current crisis church remains open for private prayer during daylight hours seven days a week. 




Please read Fr Nicholas' advent letter to the parish here: 28.11.20 - Advent letter to the Parish - Fr Nicholas


A letter to the parish from Fr Nicholas on Lockdown Two: Letter from Fr Nicholas for Lockdown 2


Please read A message from Fr William. on the 20th anniversary of him joining us here at All Saints 


Fr John-Francis has written a commentary on 'Fratelli Tutti', the Pope's Encyclical Letter on ‘Fraternity and Social Friendship' and which contains a link to purchase the 144-page encyclical.


We are pleased to share this image of Father Michael Johns-  who ordained priest on 17th October 2020. Currently serving at St Andrew & St Mark, Surbiton. 


November 2019: 
The anniversary icon commissioned for All Saints’ from Fr Jim Blackstone, who was our Parish Assistant when training for ordination, was be dedicated in church at the St Andrew’s Day Mass.


Parish Pilgrimage - Venice 2019. 

Each year we join our friends at St Laurence, Catford and head off on Pilgrimage lead by Father Nicholas and Father Charles. Here are just a few images of our time out in Venice! 


Santa Maria Assunta, Torcello       Enjoying some down time in the ground of La Casa Cardinal     St Felix Venezia Sestiere Cannaregio


The Vicar was among those invited to meet the Patriarch of Venice who had granted permission for our Mass in Torcello, the first church of Venice, during his visit to the Anglican Church. Here His Grace Francesco Moraglia is seen talking to Canon Bradshaw, the Anglican Chaplain.                    



Would you like to sponsor a favourite piece of music or choose a hymn?

Please speak to Matthew Dunn if there is a hymn or piece of music you would like to hear in church, perhaps in memory of someone, to commemorate a special event such as a birthday or wedding anniversary, or simply for the joy of it.

Just £10 per performance. All in aid of our parish charity


To make a donation for flowers to decorate the church, perhaps to commemorate an event special to you, please call 0208 852 6957.

 Food Bank Donations. 

Pasta & curry sauces, tinned tomatoes/meat/fish/vegetables/fruit/rice pudding, tea bags, instant coffee, instant potato, UHT cows’ milk, long-life fruit juice, jam, cereal bars, sugar (1kg bags), ketchup, mayonnaise, noodles, chocolate bars, biscuits, Instant Whip/Angel Delight, custard, nappies (size 5&6), toiletries (deodorant, shampoo and conditioner, and toothpaste) and strong carrier bags.  No pasta or baked beans, though, please.

The collection box is at the back of church. Thank you.