Church of England Diocese of Southwark All Saints Hackbridge and North Beddington

About Us

All Saints church Hackbridge and Beddington Corner is a freindly church in the middle-Anglican tradition. We have a weekly sung Sunday Eucharist and a Wednesday midweek said Eucharist; both are Common Worship. We currently don't have a regular organist and our music is CD accompaniment. We have a choir.

On the first Sunday of the month we have an All Age Eucharist service with a variety of activities after the Gospel reading. A sermon is preached in one of our vestries, there is a craft activity based on the Gospel, themed colouring activities, prayer ministry in the Lady Chapel, and a place of quiet reflection and prayer in the High Altar sanctuary.

On the first Sunday evening of the month there is a service in the style of Taizé followed by a time of discussion.

Our Young Church meets on Sunday mornings during the Sunday Eucharist service (the young people leave for their activities near the beginning of the service and return for communion). We are currently using the 'Roots' lectionary-based materials.

We have coffee & tea (cake or biscuits) after our Sunday and midweek Eucharists

A Bible study group meets on alternate Monday mornings (except Advent and Lent). We also have a Lent programme. (contact Rev Lynn for further information).

We want All Saints to be a place where people can come for quiet prayer and the church is open Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm (4pm in Winter). We are members of the Small Pilgrim Places Network  https://www.smallpilgrimplaces.org/

On Thursday mornings we have an open coffee morning from 10am - 12md and there is always a selection of cakes available.

The church is community-focussed and the All Saints Centre across the road from the church is a thriving venue for a number of community groups.

Caring for God's creation is a key part of All Saints, we have solar photvoltaic panels on the roof and our church grounds are wildlife freindly and a pleasant place to sit.

Please note that our church is not heated above 17'c.