All Saints, Hastings
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All Saints Church is one of two ancient churches (the other is St Clements Church) that form the Old Town Parish in Hastings. All Saints is a Grade 1 building that dates back to the early 15th century having been built between 1417 and 1430. It contains many interesting features including a fine painting of the Last Judgement, the Doom over the chancel arch (rediscovered in 1870) and a fine Father Willis organ built in 1878 which has remained tonally unaltered since its construction. A series of Organ Concerts takes place every summer by leading Cathedral and International recitalists. [See details under the "Services & Events" tab for the 2013 series which starts on Monday, 08 July 2013].
Recent improvements include the construction of a raised dais to accommodate a nave altar, library, new heating and toilets - (including one for disabled use) - and a kitchen area for fellowship after services. There is also a newly enclosed children's area at the back of the church which enables adults to still hear the service.
We offer a warm welcome to all visitors at our Parish Eucharist each Sunday (except the last Sunday of the month which although a Eucharist service is not quite so formal) which takes place either in All Saints or St Clements church on a rotating basis. [Note: All main Sunday services currently take place in All Saints Church whilst the renovations take place in St Clements Church. These will be completed by Easter Day 2013 when all services will resume in St Clements Church].
We use Common Worship and describe ourselves as moderately catholic in our worship.
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Revd Robert Featherstone
The Old Town Rectory
7 High Street
Tel: (01424) 422023
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