All Saints’ Parish Church is a late Victorian building, built to serve the needs of an ever-growing population in the latter years of the nineteenth century. Although originally a larger parish, it is now one of the smallest in South London, but still serves a densely populated area and continues to fulfil the role for which it was originally built.
Worship is traditional Anglo-Catholic and the Parochial Church Council has passed a Resolution on Episcopal Ministry as set out in the House of Bishops’ Declaration on the Ministry of Bishops and Priests. Accordingly, although in the Diocese of Southwark and under the patronage of the Diocesan Bishop, the parish is under the Episcopal care of the Bishop of Fulham.
All Saints is also affiliated to ‘Forward in Faith,’ further information about which can be found on their website.
A pilgrimage to The Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham is usually organised annually.
Strong links are also maintained between the church and All Saints' School, which has its own website if you want detailed information. We also maintain links with the All Saints' Day Centre in All Saints' Road ,
The church has an enthusiastic choir, a dedicated team of servers, and a committed congregation.
Level access is provided for wheelchairs or for the disabled and there is always someone on hand to give assistance. An induction loop is incorporated into the building for those who may be hard-of-hearing.
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