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Job Vacancy for: Postgraduate Organ Scholar

All Saints Kingston has a rare opportunity for a talented postgraduate organist to work with our nationally famous and well-established choir. This role is ideal for someone looking to gain extensive experience in an ambitious and exciting music department.

To find out more about this role and how to express your interest please download the job description here.

All Saints Midsummer Musical Medley on June 15th

Tickets still available to join members of All Saints Choir for this informal evening of songs and music.

Including Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘Trial by Jury’ – songs and music by members of the choir.

There will be a bar from 6:30pm.

Booking tickets ahead via Ticket Source recommended, (see details above), although you will be able to purchase on the door.

Faith Talks:

Foreign Conflicts, how do we respond to the changing face of war?

The talk will be held on Wednesday 19th June at 6.30pm (bar open from 6.15pm) here at All Saints. The speaker will be Lord Alderdice who has made significant contributions to peacebuilding and conflict resolution, and panellists Rt Rev Dr Martin Gainsborough, Bishop of Kingston, James Robbins, Former BBC Diplomatic Editor, Asha Kurlen, Crisis Context Lead at Christian Aid and Sara Gezdari, Local Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Richmond Park (for more information on all speakers please download the flyer). Reserve your space via www.ticketsource.co.uk

Questions are encouraged from the audience in the “Town Hall” style debate, please do join us!  The event is ticketed, please click here to reserve your FREE place.

Weekly Services

in All Saints Church unless otherwise stated

To see times and days of services held at All Saints please visit here.

9:30am Choral Eucharist: The pew sheet is used with the service booklet found on the bottom of services page here.

For Sunday morning’s pew sheet click here.

6pm Choral Evensong: For Sunday’s Evensong pew sheet, please click here.

Scroll up to see all our service booklets.

YouTube: Services will be broadcast on our YouTube channel which can be accessed here. When attending services, please sit in the back three rows if want to avoid being filmed

Civic Service

A civic service to mark the start of the new Mayoral Year will be held on Sunday June 16th at 11.30am. Everyone is welcome to attend, please be seated by 11:20am.

Bible study course starting on 18th June

We will be starting a new 6-week Bible study course on Tuesday evenings starting on 18th June 7-8.30pm in the Heritage Gallery. The dates for the course will be 18th and 25th June, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th July (no session on 2nd July). Using Pilgrim, a resource from the Church of England, the course will explore The Beatitudes and will provide the opportunity for discussion, reflection and prayer. Everyone is welcome. Please email Sarah on [email protected] for further information or to sign up. Download the flyer here.

Prayer Space

Following on from the Lent programme and the feedback received, we have established a new prayer space based on Ignatian prayer.  It will run monthly on the second Tuesday of the month 5.30 – 6.15pm in the church. We were delighted to see 14 people at our first session and look forward to our next session on July 9th. All are welcome. If you would like more information, please contact Sarah Williams [email protected]

Bereavement Café 

This is a space to talk about the pain of bereavement and to find mutual support and encouragement from others who understand the experience of loss. No booking necessary. Every other Wednesday 2:00 – 3:30 pm at All Saints Church, please see posters and flyers for dates. Meeting in the café.

In partnership with Princess Alice Hospice.

Lunchtime Recitals 

The summer season of recitals continue on Monday 17th June with Liam Meunier (piano). Our final recital of the season will be on 24th June with Stephen Westrop (organ).

The new season will begin on 30th September.

Monday & Thursday Playgroup

Our new playgroup and after school club sessions working in partnership with Kingston Welcare have now started. If you would like information about the group see the flyer here. And to volunteer, please contact Symone, senior playworker: [email protected]

Youth Café

The Youth Café is held Sundays 4-5pm for young people aged 11-18. It is held during term time either at All Saints Church or The United Reformed, its a time to chill, relax, have some fun and reflect on some of life’s big questions. Free drinks, cakes and snacks!

Eco-group – help required

Do you have either ecological experience and/or sketching skills and would like to assist with development of our Green Grant churchyard proposals. If yes, do contact Graham to discuss further: [email protected]


We are now sending out an e-bulletin every fortnight to those on our email database.  Please check if you are receiving this and if not (and you would like to be added), please email [email protected]

Planned Giving Appeal

We are hugely grateful for those who support us through regular Planned Giving. We would not have survived the COVID pandemic without your continued generosity.  We now need to increase our income from Planned Giving by at least £20,000 if we are to be able to face the future confident that we will have the resources to expand our mission and maintain All Saints’ position at the heart of Kingston life. Please read this short brochure on our finances and how you can play your part [Planned Giving 2023]. Please use this form to either make a new pledge or increase an existing pledge [Planned Giving Pledge Form].

Welcoming Children at All Saints

Children’s Church

9:30am every Sunday

Children’s Corner

10am – 3:45pm every day – is a designated play area close to the café. It is available for parents and carers with children aged 5 and under. There is no charge. All we ask is that you purchase your food and drink from the café and tidy away the toys that have been played with.

The church and café are open daily between 10am and 4pm

Visit our events calendar to find out what else is on in our busy church.

Seven Saxon Kings

We launched an exciting embroidery project in 2022; to find out more information about the project, book of names and how you and your family can be part of keeping this heritage alive for generations to come click here.

Saxon Kings Update – Edward the Elder, first in the series, is now in production in embroiderer Jacky’s Bath studio. We need to raise the money for framing him – could you help by hosting a coffee morning for your friends and neighbours?  Either at home, or by arrangement in the Church café, and Leo or Sandy could bring along the embroidered samples for viewing. Contact Sandy at [email protected]

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 unduly formal. 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.