All Saints Church is one of two ancient churches (the other is St Clements Church) that form the Old Town Parish in Hastings. All Saints is a Grade 1 building that dates back to the early 15th century having been built between 1417 and 1430. It contains many interesting features including a fine painting of the Last Judgement, the Doom over the chancel arch (rediscovered in 1870) and a fine Father Willis organ built in 1878 which has remained tonally unaltered since its construction. A series of Organ Concerts takes place every summer by leading Cathedral and International recitalists.
Recent improvements include the construction of a raised dais to accommodate a nave altar, library, new heating and toilets - (including one for disabled use) - and a kitchen area for fellowship after services. There is also a newly enclosed children's area at the back of the church which enables adults to still hear the service.
We offer a warm welcome to all visitors at our Parish Eucharist each Sunday which takes place either in All Saints or St Clements church on a four monthly rotating basis. [Note: All main Sunday services currently take place in All Saints church from 04 October 2020 and return to St Clements on 07 February 2021].
We use Common Worship at our main 10am Eucharist.