Church of England Diocese of St.Albans Great Berkhamsted

Facilities and features

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There are toilets on the ground floor and on the mezzanine floor of the halls.

In the accessible toilet situated off the lower hall.

On-site parking is very limited. Please use street parking nearby, and be conscious of our neighbours.

This is situated off the lower hall.

There is some accessible on-site car parking, but spaces are very limited.

The church is easily accessible by wheelchairs and mobility scooters. There is a slight step into the hall from outside but it is fully accessible from the church.

There is a hearing loop which is used during most services.

Large print copies of service sheets are usually available on request.

Our Building

The church is Grade II listed. The foundation stone was laid in 1905. Major new work began on alterations in 1974. Upper and lower halls, toilets and a kitchen were created at the west end behind a new interior brick wall. The main altar was moved from the east end of the church to the west end, with new seating facing west

Music and Worship


Groups, Courses and Activities

Brownies meet in the church hall, but are not affiliated to the church.

Guides meet in the church hall, but are not affiliated to the church.

Messy Church meets monthly from 4- 6pm on Sundays, with crafts, singing, stories and a simple meal. Dates are shown in our events calendar on our website.

The "Great Berkhamsted Branch" of the MU has members from our congregation.

See "Chuckles" on Tuesdays.

Help for Visitors

The Church is normally open seven days a week, and provides a calm space for private prayer.

Other Features

We collect for DENS (Dacorum Emergency Night Shelter).

All Saints is just within the Berkhamsted Consrvation Area.

We are registered as a FairTrade church.

The lower hall (with kitchen if required) and the upper hall may be hired. More details are on our website.

We are a corporate member of the Churches Mutual Credit Union.