All Saints is a friendly church situated in the centre of Leighton Buzzard. Its 190ft spire dominates the skyline and it draws many visitors - and worshippers. It is at least the second church on the site, Early English in style, dating from the late 13th century and has been described as the finest church in the county, with ancient ironwork, carved "angel" roofs, mediaeval graffiti and stained glass. Well worth a visit - with a camera!
It is open most days and on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays its coffee shop is open from 10am - 3.30pm for morning coffee, light lunches and afternoon teas.Visitors are welcome.
It has a large choir and the building is very much a focus of the community.
There are daily services and special services for Festivals.
See the All Saints Preservation Trust Website for more details of work on the church and its history - http://www.allsaintspreservationtrust.org . "The Way In", a new full colour illustrated history and guide to All Saints was published in May 2018. It costs just £2 and is available from the church or through the Preservation Trust (+£2 p and p).
All Saints is part of the Ouzel Valley Team, which also includes the parishes of Linslade, Heath and Reach, Eggington, Hockliffe and Billington. Also The Good Shepherd, Sandhills, Leighton Buzzard