All Saints' Church was founded in 1904, when it was consecrated by Bishop Edward King. An unprepossessing exterior belies a beautiful and interesting building with a proud tradition of Anglo-Catholic worship. Our worship is centred on the daily celebration of the Mass. A particular feature of the Church and our worship is the Willis organ, played to Cathedral standard by our organist, Mr Ed Wellman, and one of the finest to be found in any Parish Church. For many years the hub of the local community, All Saints has always been noted for the warmth of its welcome, although now a much smaller worshipping congregation, All Saints very much retains that particular feature of its tradition, assuring visitors of a special and hopefully memorable experience. All Saints is a Parish Church of The Society of SS Wilfred & Hilda and under the Pastoral & Sacramental Care of the Bishop of Richborough.