Children and young people are very much a part of the All Saints community.  During term-time children enjoy age-appropriate activities during the 10AM service, returning in time for communion or a blessing.  On the third Sunday of each month, and on special occasions such as Mothering Sunday and our Harvest Festival, children worship in church with their parents.

Children’s groups are led by All Saints parents who have undergone CRB checks and who engage in ongoing training. Our groups often use Godly Play, a fun, creative and prayerful method of helping young people explore both the Christian scriptures and also their own developing spiritual lives.

In addition, children may choose to join the choir where they learn to sing, read music, and enjoy belonging to a diverse and nurturing group of children, teens and adults. Children in the choir are the special responsibility of the head chorister.  Children also may serve as acolytes and as sidespeople on third Sundays.

All Saints Sunday Activities

Little Saints

Little Saints is for pre-school children (0-4 years old) during the 10AM service on Sunday. It has stories, songs, and play.


Smilers meet during the 10AM Sunday service. This is our group for children over 4 years old. It follows a course of Christian education called 'Godly Play'

Young Acolytes

Acolytes are members of the serving team helping to prepare the church before services and carrying candles. Acolytes may attend childrens groups on Sunday.


Anyone from 8 years old may join the Sidespeople Team. Young sidespeople are on duty on 3rd Sundays and some special occasions assisting the Churchwardens. Training is provided.


Anyone from 7 years old may join the choir. There is no audition. The choir sings at the 10AM service rehearsal the previous Friday.
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Nativity Play

Throughout Advent our young people explore the Christmas story as they prepare for the dramatic highlight of the season!

Church Schools

If you are interested in a church school getting involved in church activities and attending services can be helpful.
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Parish Activities and Information


Confirmation is an important step in the life of a Christian.