Pleased to meet you.

  • All Saints Church

    Thanks for visiting our website!

    We hope it gives you the opportunity to find out more about us . . .

    All Saints Methodist Church is a friendly, diverse, active church where you will always find a  warm welcome.  We aim to cater for all ages and we offer different styles of worship at our services, held at 10.30am and 6.30pm.  We like to offer worship which includes challenging preaching and good music in a variety of styles.  Groups for children and young people meet during the 10.30 service, after which coffee is served.

    We would love to meet you - why not come along on a Sunday or to one of our fellowship groups?   

    2016 Methodist Church Annual Conference Resolution:


    The United Kingdom, as a result of the referendum on 23 June 2016, has voted to leave the European Union. In this time of very significant change and uncertainty there is a need for leadership which seeks the common good and encourages people to work together, to respect one another and to uphold the dignity of all.


    The Methodist Conference believes that the British Isles are enriched by diversity and celebrates the contribution made by those who have come from other parts of the world.


    The Christian tradition calls for respect, tolerance, love of neighbour and hospitality to the stranger. All bear the responsibility of speaking and acting for healing, reconciliation, and mutual respect.


    The Methodist Conference abhors and deeply regrets those actions and words which incite hatred and lead to the victimisation of groups within society and notes with concern that such actions and words have been normalised in recent public discourse. Believing that racism is a denial of the gospel and that to stay silent when others are abused is to collude with those who seek to promote hatred and division, the Methodist Conference calls:

    • on the Methodist people to challenge racism and discrimination
    • for a political debate which neither demonises any nor leaves the vulnerable (the foreigner, the immigrant and refugee) in danger of victimisation.
    • on political leaders to work together for the good of the whole community putting the needs of the nation before party politics.
    • on all those in positions of power and authority to hear the voices of those who have been marginalised and alienated and to respond to them in ways which offer real hope for the future.


    Find out more details about our Sunday programmes and  Pastoral groups.

    The minister currently responsible for the Church is Rev. Ian Griffiths.  Here Ian shares a little about himself.

    The church has level access, toilet facilities and a loop system in all the main rooms for those with impaired hearing.

    Our monthly Prayer Diary can be used to help your devotions.



    We seek to:


    Share our faith in worship and study;

    Reflect Christ's accepting love in friendship

    and caring;

    Help each other face any difficulties

    and doubts;

    Explore together what it means to be

    God's people in today's world.


  • What's Happening This Week


  • text