of All saints' church

People have attended All Saints' Church for over 100 years. During that time many have had reason to form a strong link with All Saints'. They have come to this church for weddings, for baptisms, to celebrate both special personal events and for the major festivals of the Christian year, and to commit loved ones into God's tender care and devotion. Many have valued their link with All Saints' and have found peace, beauty, and a sense of God's presence in this fine and spacious building and welcoming congregation.

The "Iron Church"
Building the Church
The Inter-War Years
Post-War Years
Modern Times

The sections linked above telling the history of the church are adapted from material originally compiled by Rev. Elizabeth George and John Pearce

In addition to the history of the church, you may be interested in some local history  associated with All Saints' in the following sections :

Oxford Terrace
Some notes about the "lost road" and its residents that was at the east end of the church

Cambridge Terrace
Information about the "sister" street to Oxford Terrace, its residents, and a "lost" pib

About the residence of Rev A T Hall

Rev Alexander Titley Hall
Some notes on the family and fortune of the chgurch's benefactor