Watling Valley @ All Saints', Loughton

Welcome to All Saints', Loughton!

We are part of the Watling Valley Ecumenical Partnership which is a diverse family of Christians in the west of Milton Keynes, living with love, giving in grace and moving for mission. Our partnership involves the Baptist Union, Church of England, Methodist Church, the United Reformed Church, and this is reflected in the many different styles of worship. We have five church buildings and a church school, ranging in age from the 12th Century to modern day, and some of these also serve as community centres during the week.

We are an open and inclusive church where all are welcome! We are part of the Inclusive Church Network and the Heartedge Network.

The medieval building of All Saints' in the heart of Loughton in Milton Keynes is home to a lively family church. Our main Sunday service is an informal family service, with Holy Communion usually twice a month, at 9:30am. Many people stay on for tea, coffee and soft drinks after the service, and on some Sundays we run a fair trade stall.

There is also a Holy Communion service using the Book of Common Prayer every Sunday at 8:00am.

For more information about all that is going on at All Saints' and across the Watling Valley, including our online worship, please visit our website.

"The parish of Watling Valley, Milton Keynes is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow have adopted the policy and procedures of the Methodist Church. You can find more information here. If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority Children or Adults Services."

Supporting the life and work of the Watling Valley Partnership

Your donations support the work at All Saints' and across the WV

Get in touch

Partnership Administrator

c/o Watling Valley Partnership Office
33 Dulverton Drive

Liz - Administrator
01908 504452

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