Welcome to the Parish of All Saints Church, Elm Grove Road, Ealing Common, W5 3JH.
All Saints' was built in 1905 as a memorial to Britain's only assassinated Prime Minister, Spencer Perceval. Throughout most of the twentieth century, it has been faithfully served by the local community around Ealing Common. The mixed congregation reflects the residential nature of the area with a lively and growing participation by young families. Indeed, we have developed the sense of a Christian Community which reflects the Church as a family fellowship group.
At All Saints we are very aware of the different needs for worship and our services reflect this.
Sunday starts with a quiet meditative 8:00am Service according to the rites of the Book of the Common Prayer, followed by a 10:30am Parish Eucharist which includes a large Junior Church /Crèche meeting in the Parish Hall. Sundays close with 6:30pm evening prayer and a once a month ‘experimental’ service on the last Sunday of the month using different styles of Christian worship including, taize, Celtic, and gospel music (except during August).
We are part of a shared Community with the Church and people of St. Martin’s, Hale Gardens W3. Our Clergy minister to both congregations and we quite often have joint events. More information can be found on the Web Resources page.
If you are looking for a Church that is Community based, lively and modern yet with respect for traditional worship, All Saints can help you. We have a real commitment to proclaiming the Christian Gospel in the Community and we welcome your help.
Come and join us - Elm Grove Road W5 3JH, close to the south west corner of Ealing Common.