Church of England Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham Elston

About Us

Welcome to All Saints Elston

We are a church who love to pray and work together.  We work closely with Al Saints Anglican/Methodist Primary School within the villlage. We have an enthusiastic PCC who have a desire to ensure we welcome all and look to growing disciples of God. We offer Messy Church (working alongside the Methodist Church) in the school holiday.

We hold a service weekly; but this could be 8.30am Holy Communion, 10.30am Morning Worship or Family Service or 6.00pm Evening Prayer. Please see calendar and services and events.

As a PCC we are privileged to have the care of the ancient building, thus ensuring the building is maintained and developed for the 21st Century, under guidance from the Diocese and Heritage England  and other heritage interests. For a history of the church please go to :

http://southwellchurches.history.nottingham.ac.uk/elston/hintro.php


All Saints' church  is much more, than just the building. It is the people who gather for worship here today; people from the village and the surrounding area who come to express their faith in God - the Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer - in word and in song; who come and are nourished in that faith by Word and Sacrament.

There is so much that the church in Elston, both the building and the people, has to offer you. In the words of Jesus, "Come and see." <s. John chapter 1, verse 39.

We are part of the Octave group of Churches under the leadership of Rev Elizabeth Murray, the Octave group is made up of : East Stoke St Oswalds, Elston All Saints, Kilvington (with Alverton) St Mary's, Shelton St Mary and All saints, Sibthorpe St peter's, Staunton (with Flawborough) St Mary's and Syerston All Saints