ABOUT ALL SAINTS
We're on a mission.
We aim to be the focus for an inclusive Christian intergenerational family that worships God joyfully each day of our lives, while serving God in our community. As a church we work to remove any barriers that might stop people coming to church, we really do try and welcome everyone.
As a community we love to pray together in faith and play together in fellowship. We care about family life and people in need. We share our resources of time, ability and wealth and share our hope in Jesus, growing in discipleship, responsibility and love of God who has been revealed to us by His Son, Jesus.
Join us on Sunday
9am - Holy Communion
Our 9am service is quiet and reflective, with traditional hymns and words, and Holy Communion each week.
All are welcome to this calm and sacred space.
11am - All Age Worship
Our 11am service is holy chaos, with modern worship songs, interactive moments, and activities for kids.
All are welcome: come as you are, and take us as you find us. We’re real, we’re messy, we’re family.
Where to find us
You can find All Saints just a short walk from Canterbury city center.
We are on Military Road, next to the Royal Mail sorting office. We look forward to welcoming you at one of our Sunday services or events!
At All Saints our doors are open to everyone, and we try really hard to welcome all. As such it is important that we take care of everyone who joins us in worship, and in our activities, in that it is a safe space and place for all.
The PCC's Safeguarding policy is something that we take seriously, and follow its procedures the best we can. Our safeguarding officers are:
- Children's Safeguarding Officer: William Gravenor, childrensafeguarding[at]allsaintscanterbury.co.uk
- Vulnerable Adults: William Gravenor, safeguardingva[at]allsaintscanterbury.co.uk.
The PCC annually reviews and adopts the policy produced by the Diocese of Canterbury.
We also follow the Safer Recruitment procedures when appointing new staff and volunteers and make sure that training happens, and the Diocese keep a list of who has completed it and when, especially so for clergy.
Our safeguarding policy (revised 2022) can be downloaded here.
You can contact Childline here.