All Saints Church was built in the 1770s to replace St. Peter's in the Rushes. The old site of the church lies around a mile away, where several slate headstones are the only reminder of the church building.
The church today offers a range of services to suit people of different traditions, from the formality of communion to less formal morning worship services. These service are enhanced by the singing of the church choir. We are always striving to connect with the local community through a series of social events which are enjoyed by all who attend.
Regardless of the situation, we aim to provide a warm and friendly atmosphere to anyone who wishes to attend worship or just pay us a vist.
We are blessed by a regular choir who practice on a Thursday Evening and a band of bell ringers who practice on a Wednesday Evening at All Saints and a Friday Evening at St. Mary's East Leake. Anyone is welcome to attend these practices.
Currently, the church is locked in the day time, but we are happy to arrange to open it. Please contact the churchwarden using the details on the contact page.
More information about the history of the Church can be be found here