As part of the necessary measures to create social distancing to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus we greatly regret that the church will be closed for the time being.

For a full explanation of our response to the current situation and for an explanation of the provisions we are taking to provide opportunities for prayer and worship click here

Click on these links to: download a copy of the orders of service for Holy Week (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday: Compline at 8.30pm, Maundy Thursday: Holy Communion at 7.00pm, Good Friday: Veneration of the Cross at 2pm), read the sermon from Palm Sunday, or view past services and watch live stream


Tell us what you think about All Saints by filling out the Congregational Survey or the Public Survey here

All Saints is the historic parish church of Kingston, whose bounds stretched at one time from Richmond to Molesey.

It is a place of significant heritage. The first King of England – Athelstan in 925AD – was crowned here making this, arguably, the place where England began.

The church has been at the centre of Kingston life for centuries and serving the community in a variety of different ways is a top priority for us.

We have a liberal outlook and intend that our services are inclusive and graceful, without being stuffy. Music plays an important part in our life, supporting our worship and helping us to pray.

You are very welcome to join us or make a visit.

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