All Saints’ is the ancient Parish Church of Orpington. It can trace its history back to Saxon times. The oldest part of the building, “the Old Church”, dates back to 1070 AD. The Church building was extended in 1957 to allow for increased congregations following the rapid growth of the local population after the Second World War. In 2008 both the Old and the New Church were extensively refurbished; they are now wonderfully light, spacious and sacred places. The church is in daily use and you are most welcome to come and explore what the parish has to offer.
The worship at All Saints follows a dignified and traditional Anglican style without being locked in traditionalism. The rich liturgy is led by a robed choir of all ages which enhances our communal engagement with God. Prayer and worship bring us closer to God and drive us to creative mission to the surrounding area of the Parish of All Saints, abroad and beyond.
There is room for everyone, because All Saints' is for All People!