Welcome to All Saints Aston! Whether you’re a local or a visitor, whether you’re familiar or unfamiliar you are with what goes on in church - we will be delighted help you find out more about our vibrant and active parish church. Perhaps you’re thinking of getting married or having your child christened. Perhaps you’re interested in our lovely medieval building, or our wonderful church school, or you fancy joining in with some great singing in our services. Maybe you’re looking for a quiet space in your life, or maybe you’d like to find out a bit more about the Christian faith. Whatever the reason you’re here, you’re very welcome.

If you’d like to try out a Sunday service, then come along at 10.30 on a Sunday morning. We’re a gathering of adults and children of all ages. The service lasts around an hour. Children have their own activities and join us for the last part of the service, and afterwards people stay for a chat over coffee.

People often tell us that going to a church for the first time can seem a daunting experience - but that they are surprised by the ease and friendliness of the atmosphere they find at All Saints.

Latest News and Updates

This week’s Newsletter

Thursday, November 16th, 2017

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Weekly Service Pattern at All Saints Aston

Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Week 1:        9am Holy Communion

Week 1:        10.30 ‘First Sunday’ (see below)

Weeks 2-4: 10.30 Parish Communion

Week 5        10.30 United service, in one of the 3 churches.

‘First Sunday’ is held at All Saints at 10.30am on the first Sunday of the month. The service is 45 minutes long, and is geared towards children and families, though all are welcome. The service is relaxed and participative, with music that is easy to sing and that all the family can enjoy. There is no celebration of Holy Communion during this service, but there is a Holy Communion service at 9 a.m. for those who would prefer this.


1.30pm:      ‘Praise and Play’ for pre-school children and their parents

‘Praise and Play’ takes place in term-time only, and not on the 3rd Sunday of each month


9.30am:      Holy Communion
On the second Wednesday of the month, a service of Holy Communion with prayers for healing and wholeness is held at 9.30 a.m. At this quiet service healing ministry with anointing and laying on of hands is offered for those who would appreciate it. We pray by name for those people and concerns entered into the book at the back of the nave. If you would like us to pray by name for someone who is ill, please ring the Rector on 0114 287 3780.