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Café Saintz

Café Saintz is All Saints’ provision for young people, school years 7 to 13. The group meets on the 4th Sunday of every month from 5-6pm. We are very fortunate to have the backing of the Moringa Tree Café who allow us to use the premises and provide delicious hot chocolate. After consultation with the […]

The Organ

The organ, which dates from 1846 and is by J.C. Bishop, was installed in Haslingfield Church in 2002 by Peter Bumstead, who himself had learned his trade from Bishop & Son in Ipswich. Originally built for the Church of Holy Trinity, Paddington by James Chapman Bishop, it was removed to St. Mary’s Church, Ely in […]


Recently the children have started taking lanterns from the church out to their two Sunday Club groups. They help the leaders light them from the Paschal candle and take it in turns to carry them carefully to their group where they remain lit and are then brought back at the end of the session. Little […]

Annual Parochial Church Meeting

All Saints’ Church will hold the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) after the 9.30am service on Sunday 19th April. Nominations for new members of our Parochial Church Council are welcome; nomination forms are available inside the church. Do join us for this meeting as well as for the service and coffee beforehand.

Lent course

We are excited to announce that we will be offering a 6 week Lent Course called ‘Finding A Voice’ which is based on the film ‘The King’s Speech’. King George VI had a pronounced stammer and making speeches was torture for him. The film shows how he was helped to overcome this through the help of […]

Haslingfield Choir

Amongst other events, All Saints’ hosts Haslingfield Choir’s spring and autumn concerts which are popular, very well attended and offer a wide scope of music, both choral and occasionally instrumental. The (unauditioned) choir is made up of Haslingfield residents and some from further afield. At times, local children and dancers take part. The choir was […]


After 5 happy years here in Lordsbridge, Revd Becca Gilbert and her family are moving. Becca has accepted a post as a Pioneer Minister amongst a group of villages in the Western Dales on the edge of Cumbria. Her last Sunday in the Lordsbridge area will be 29th March when we will have a united […]