All Saints, Siddington

We hold services in church every week. For details, please see Services and events. 

Welcome to All Saints Parish Church in Siddington, a small historic church at the heart of a thriving rural community, in the parish of Siddington with Capesthorne.

The church is part of a group of four neighbouring country parishes, Rural Daneside Churches, with shared values, but who have their own individual character. All the parishes come together regularly for joint services, usually at Marton C of E School, the local primary school for seven parishes in all.

All Saints’ congregation is formed not just from the village, however. Many people from the surrounding areas enjoy the fellowship and variety of worship which the church offers. You are very welcome to join any of the services, details of which can be seen on the Services and Events page. 

The church is often at its best at the major services – Easter, Harvest and Christmas – when capacity congregations in a lovingly decorated building celebrate the essence of Christian faith in a modern world.

All Saints is also the driving force behind Redesmere Fete, a traditional country event which draws hundreds of visitors. See the separate page. 

The parish of Siddington and Capesthorne: Holy Trinity is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. For information, please click "Safeguarding".

To see more information and photographs of Redesmere Fete and the history of the church, please go to Siddington Church

Get in touch

The Revd Ian Arch

The Vicarage
School Lane
Macclesfield SK11 9HD

Our website

What's on

Midweek online communion

Every Wednesday at for 30 mins

Your opportunity to join in a Communion service in the week, online on Zoom.
The Zoom meeting ID is the same as we have used before: 829 7421 4861, with the passcode 2021. If you don't have access to Zoom, you can use your phone by dialling 0203 901 7895 or 0131 460 1196.

Holy Eucharist, also called the Holy Communion, or the Lord's Supper is central to worship in our church . In this offering of prayer and praise, the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ are remembered and celebrated.

A video has been released following a visit by James Balme of Historic Churches UK.

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