At All Saints Church Hanworth, you will find a friendly and welcoming congregation who worship in the Anglo-Catholic tradition.

Our congregation is made up of people of all ages, from many different nationalities and backgrounds. This diversity is really celebrated at All Saints each time we get together.
Most things are acceptable – from “Sunday best” to casual everyday clothes. For some special services, such as a baptism, wedding or funeral, people prefer to dress up, but otherwise we want you to feel comfortable.

Children are welcome at all our services. We have a quiet play area for toddlers/ young children and their parents. At most 9.30am services, children age 3+ are welcome to join our Junior Church activity.

Access to the church for wheelchairs and other disabled users is via the entrance off Woodlawn Drive.

When you arrive, you will be welcomed and given an order of service. A member of the Welcome team or congregation can help you to find a place to sit where you will feel comfortable.

At All Saints Church, we encourage ‘belonging before believing’. As soon as you feel ready, you may want to get more involved in the life of the church. There are many different ways you can do this, for example, reading during the service, helping at a cleaning morning or with social and fundraising activities. Volunteers are always welcome! Join us at Craft Club or Messy Church.

You may also decide you would like to become a member of the church by going on the Electoral Roll – if you live in the Parish, you can do so immediately by completing a simple form. If you live outside the Parish, then you can join after six months of worshipping with us.

You may also decide you would like to give money regularly to support the church. The Stewardship Officer can explain the different ways available to you. People give whatever they can afford.