Our services follow a traditional fairly high church pattern. We work closely with our friends at Winterton Trinity Methodist Church and we are pleased that our church building hosts our Roman Catholic friends for a Mass each Saturday.
After some years of serious thinking about the future of our church, we have committed ourselves to the 'All Saints Forward' project. We have developed our Statements of Purpose which can be best summarised as 'participating in the future encouraged by the past'. These will guide us as we discuss plans to develop our church to ensure it has a sustainable future. Significant repairs and a major reordering of the interior took place in 2014/2015 withe further repairs in 2018. An extension is yet to be added to the north aisle for toilets and a kitchen. An extensive heritage centre for Winterton is now housed in the church.
Our church already hosts regular coffee mornings and highly successful band and choir concerts. There is a series of social events throughout the year.
We have established an organ school to encourage young musicians to learn to play, our bell-ringers practice on our six bells each week and our tower clock is still wound by hand each week as it has been since 1834.
We have a very close link with our Church of England infant school as well as strong links with our local junior and secondary comprehensive schools.
On some Wednesday afternoons and every Saturday afternoon our church is open for visitors with volunteers on hand to answer any questions or just to chat.
Whether you come to our services, attend one of our social events or just call in for a visit, you will be warmly welcomed.