All Saints' Church, Pitsford

All Saints' Church is probably the fourth building on the site, dating back to Anglo-Saxon times, and has been the spiritual home of many generations of Pitsford people. The current building has recently been equipped with a WC and a servery, to enable it to welcome more effectively the present generation. Everyone is welcome, from every tradition and none, at all of our services. There is a service every Sunday at 1100 with Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. 

Our services are simple and familiar, drawn from Common Worship both for Morning Service and for Holy Communion, with a sermon and hymns. There is a very friendly welcome afterwards for refreshments in the Lady Chapel. 

We welcome all inquiries about baptisms and weddings, and all who wish their funeral service to take place here can do so. There is a recently opened cemetery adjoining the Churchyard, provided by Pitsford Parish Council for residents of the village. 

Contact us at [email protected] for any information required. 

Get in touch

The Rector and Churchwardens

What's on

Morning Service

Every Sunday at for 1 hour
All Saints' Church, Pitsford
Church Street PITSFORD Northamptonshire, NN6 9AJ, United Kingdom

Morning Service (Common Worship)
Holy Communion on the First Sunday of each month

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