For nearly a thousand years, the beautiful All Saints' Church has stood in the heart of the community, a spiritual home for the people of Springfield and beyond.
Today, All Saints' is a friendly, engaged and committed church where everyone will find a warm welcome. We have many groups and activities for all ages. We hold a wide variety of services at different times during the week offering a range of worship, from modern and informal to traditional and atmospheric. Children are welcome at all our services: they will particularly enjoy our Worship Together service normally held on the first Sunday of the month, and our Sunday Special service, held on all other Sundays.
Please visit our website www.allsaintsspringfield.org.uk where you will find more information about our church, our faith, our services and activities, the latest news and calendar of what's happening, how you can be married or bring your children for baptism here, and how to find us and contact us.
You can also download a visitors' guide to the church from the website. The nave dates from the late 11th century: during the 14th century the nave was extended to its present length, the chancel was rebuilt, and the tower was added, although the tower had to be rebuilt in 1586 following a partial collapse. All Saints' has been home to a living, worshipping, praying church community for centuries: as you move around this ancient sacred place, you can share their feeling of being very close to God.