Baptism (sometimes referred to as Christening) is the formal ceremony to become a Christian, although anyone can be part of a church at any time. Anyone is very welcome to be baptised and there is no charge or fee. Baptisms take place as part of the Sunday morning Holy Communion services, often, though not exclusively, at Family Services. To download our Baptism leaflet, click here.
If you would like to talk about baptism at All Saints or book a date please contact the Rector, Jonathan Wilkes on 020 3132 8717.
We would be delighted to talk with you if you are hoping to get married in All Saints. Anyone can be married in this church if they live within the parish boundary or regularly go to church here. People can also be married here if you have certain other family connections with the church.
The church is available for funerals and the clergy are very willing to offer pastoral support to any who are dealing with the death of a loved one. As well as discussing a funeral with the clergy at All Saints you can also
visit the Deanery Funerals website.