All Saints, East Sheen

A Modern Catholic Tradition


At present, sadly, we’re not able to gather in person in church, whether for Sunday worship or to hold baptisms, weddings, or funerals (though the parish clergy remain available to conduct funerals at crematoria and cemeteries).

But this doesn’t mean we’ve stopped gathering for prayer and worship – we’re just doing so in a different way.  The Eucharist is live-streamed on our Facebook page on Sunday morning at 10.00 AM each week and is available on catch-up for a few days, and we’re continuing to meet on Zoom for Evensong at six p.m. on weekdays and for Morning Worship on Thursdays at ten a.m. (please send us a message if you’d like to join us, and we’ll send you the log-in details).  EMAIL

We pray for God to send his deliverance, healing, and mercy into these troubled times.

Safeguarding: At All Saints we take our responsibility to safeguard children, young people and vulnerable adults extremely seriously. If you have any safeguarding concerns or would like to know more about our safeguarding procedures you can find the contact details of the relevant people here .
You can find the Diocesan Safeguarding Policies and procedures ‘A Safe Church’ here

You can read our GDPR Privacy Policy on the parish website here.

Sunday Services

8AM Eucharist

A quiet, early morning service using traditional language, in the intimate setting of the Lady Chapel. This service last about 45 minutes.

10 AM Sung Eucharist

Our principal Sunday Eucharist, full of music and colour. Children's groups run during this service except at half term and on third Sundays of the month when we all worship together.

12 Noon Late Service

A less formal, 30 minute service with people of all ages worshipping together. There is a simple Eucharist on the last Sunday of each month.

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