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All Saints church is located in the heart of Windsor's "Golden Triangle" and serves the community on the east side of the town.
Our main Sunday service at 10am combines modern and traditional elements with music led by organist and choir. Occasional evensong is based on the traditional service and led by our choir. Sunday Xtra is an all age contemporary worship on second Sunday of every month in the church hall.
Our Sunday school is popular with local children and parents.
Groups meet daily in the parish hall next to the church. These include Mother's Union and Friday lunch club. The hall is also available for private functions.
Monday morning is "Open House" at the church when we welcome friends and neighbours to drop in for coffee and chat.,
Morning Prayer is said at 9am on Monday mornings and is open to all who would like to join us to pray.
The Thomas Hardy Altarpiece : Update March 2017
A lot has been going on in the background since the burst of national publicity last summer. A big thank you to all who have contributed. Stuart Tunstall and Rev Ainsley can now report that the fundraising target of £9000 has been exceeded. Contractors have been engaged and will be undertaking works to reveal the altarpiece in early March. The programme of work is being filmed by the BBC as part of the continuing media coverage. The original Hardy Altarpiece should be visible to the congregation at the Communion service on Sunday 12th
Update May 2017
The church is open on Saturday mornings 27th May and 3rd June from 9.30am to noon for visitors. The revealed Thomas Hardy Reredos will be on view. Everyone is welcome
We will update this site as the work progresses. For more information please email us and we will keep you informed of how this important and exciting discovery is progressing. To be added to our information list, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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