If you are interested in Baptism (also called Christening) at All Saints’ either for your child or for yourself if you have not already been baptised, we would be delighted to discuss this with you.
Please call in to the church porch between 11 am and 12 noon on a Saturday where you will find Gareth, our Vicar, and our Church Wardens who will be happy to talk with you.
Click here to find out more about Baptism / Christening in the Church of England www.churchofenglandchristenings.org
If you are preparing to be married, then first of all let us offer you our warmest ‘Congratulations’!
If you are interested in finding out more about weddings at All Saints’ and whether you are eligible to get married here, then please call in to the church porch between 11 am and 12 noon on a Saturday morning. You will find Gareth, our Vicar, and our Church Wardens, who will be delighted to talk with you further about this.
Click here to find out more details about marrying in a Church of England church www.yourchurchwedding.org
It is our privilege to take the funeral services of those who have died and were resident in our parish, or those who had links with All Saints’, but didn’t live in the parish. If a deceased person had no previous contact with All Saints’ we would still count it a privilege to be asked to take their funeral service.
Funeral services can either take place in our church and then be followed by a brief service of committal at a crematorium or, if the deceased person is to be buried, at a cemetery. However, if you prefer, the whole service can take place in the crematorium or cemetery chapel. If you wish to have a confidential conversation about these matters, please contact our Vicar, the Reverend Gareth Wardell, on 020 8487 3823, and he would be happy to talk further with you. We can print an order of service, with photographs of your loved one, for a small charge. For further information regarding organising a funeral we have developed a Funeral Leaflet to answer some of the questions you may have.
All Saints’ Hall building has three halls available. The large hall has a raised stage at one end and is capable of seating up to 100 people. The smaller hall seats approximately 50 people. Each of these has the use of its own kitchen and toilet facilities and is accessible to the disabled. We also have a small hall extension which is ideal for relaxation and yoga classes.
The halls may be booked separately or together.
All regular users of the hall are asked to refer to the government document, Safe From Harm in their dealing with children.
For details of availability, costs and conditions please contact the Parish Office on 020 8979 2102
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