The late Victorian building was consecrated on 18th February 1890 on land given by Samuel Dobree. The prime benefactor was local industrialist Frederick Thomas Elworthy with generous support from other members of his family. The tower with its landmark spire was added in 1907 and a peal of six bells installed in 1909. The pulpit and font, carved in Hamdon Hill stone, are the work of the renowned Wellington sculptor William Giles, and the church also features many fine stained glass windows including the east window which depicts Our Lord with saints from the Old and New Testaments.
We warmly welcome all who join us in our worship and activities. All Saints provides a form of worship in the High Anglican tradition. Our Parish Eucharist is held each Sunday morning at 9.45am. Hymns and responses are sung and the service follows a traditional pattern. Service books are provided to enable full participation in our worship. This service usually lasts about 70 minutes after which everyone is welcome to gather at the back of the church for coffee, tea, biscuits and a chat.
In the event that there is a fifth Sunday in the month a Eucharist is held jointly at either All Saints' or one of our rural sister churches, Holy Cross at Sampford Arundel or St Margaret's at Thorne St Margaret. Details of such services may be found on the Wellington and District Team Ministry website, www.wellingtonteamchurches.org.uk/ where details of Christmas, Easter and other festival services also may be found.
A mid-week said Eucharist is held at All Saints on the third Thursday of each month at 9:15am.
Any inquiries concerning baptisms, weddings and funerals at All Saints' should be made via the Parish Office for the Wellington and District Team Ministry. This is located at the parish church of St John the Baptist in Wellington TA21 8QY. Please phone 01823 665254 to speak to Mrs Sharon Chorley or leave a message.