All Saints provides a wide range of opportunities for volunteering and you can join our team from as little as two hours per month.
Volunteers work as Vergers, people offering a pastoral listening ear, helping with Heritage activities and tours, raising money for Good Causes, stewarding concerts and many, many other ways on Sundays.
We are currently recruiting for Vergers and Garden volunteers as a priority!
You can read all volunteer role descriptions by downloading our ASK Volunteer Interest Pack 2022
If you are interested in volunteering we’d love to hear from you! To find out more or for an informal conversation please contact Pippa at email@example.com
No specific musical experience is required to join the boys or girls choir. More important is enthusiasm, intelligence and a willingness to commit to the choir and learn. The choir relies on the dedication of its members to maintain its high standards and excellent reputation.
The boys’ and girls’ rehearsal and service times:
- Wednesday, 5.15-6.15pm
- Friday, 7.00-8.30pm
- Services on Sunday at 9.30am and 6.00pm
Occasionally additional rehearsals and services/performances, for instance at Christmas and Easter
If you would like to find out more about All Saints Parish Church Choir, please contact our Director of Music, David Condry, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently fundraising for our Seven Saxon Kings Embroidery project.
Seven Saxon Kings
Seven Saxon kings, including the first ‘Kings of England’ are traditionally thought to have been crowned at Kingston Upon Thames. Before All Saints Church was built, the site was an important estate of the West Saxon Kings and host to Royal coronations.
We want to tell this significant heritage story by creating seven spectacular and unique embroidery panels depicting the Kings with rich imagery based on events from their reign.
To find out more please contact email@example.com
For a PDF booklet outlining the project, visualisation of completed images and how you can contribute please click on the following link:
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Recruits to learn the art of bellringing are always welcome. You do not need to be mathematically or musically gifted, and there is no upper age limit subject to you being fit enough to climb the stairs to the belfry. Ask the Rector or a member of the ringing band for further information if you are interested.
Practice night is Wednesday from 7:45 to 9:30 and all visitors are very welcome. We ring all twelve bells most practice nights and Sundays.
For further information see the All Saints Bellringers’ website.