Hello and Welcome!
We believe that everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask honest questions and share their point of view. We gather together in three beautiful buildings to worship God in a range of styles, appealing to people of all ages. We constantly hear of people who have encountered God in fresh ways as God works by his Spirit in this parish. See What's on this week.
We strive to be a church that: is a genuine worshipping community, is relevant and accessible to all, is Christ - centred and community focused, reaching out to others as we live out our faith, is vibrant and joyful, is Spirit - filled and led by God, appreciates both the traditional and contemporary styles of worship. Read our Statement of Faith>
All Saints' was built in 1912 as the area developed around the railway running through Gerrards Cross. It was planned to build a large church making it the Parish Church but only the North Aisle (capable of holding 200 people) was actually built. <span style="font-size: 1rem;">The choir and chancel are considered to be good examples of the design of the time. The Architect was Temple Moore.</span>
We very much hope you will take the time to visit us and look forward to getting to know you. For more information about Baptisms, Weddings of Funerals see our website>
Revd. John Goodman (Vicar)