Welcome to the website of All Saints Church, Weston-super-Mare
All Saints is "the finest church of entirely modern foundation in Somerset" (Sir John Betjeman Poet Laureate) and one of Royal Academician George Bodley's last creations. Opened in 1902 it was completed by his pupil F.C. Eden in 1925, though Bodley's imposing detached bell tower failed to leave the drawing board.
Beauty in worship has always been the style at All Saints. Here you will find a weekly choral celebration of the Eucharist with choir, dignified ceremonial and thoughtful sermons. Special services, festivals and concerts take place throughout the year and the superb acoustic is used to full effect by BBC television and CD recording companies.
Father Andrew Hughes is our Parish Priest-In-Charge, supported by a team of honorary priests and servers. For baptisms, weddings and funerals please contact either the Parish Office or Fr. Andrew.
"The Anchor" is our parish magazine. It an intelligent, thought-provoking monthly publication available as hard copy or via the web.
Members of the congregation come from a wide area and have active links with diverse church organisations such as the Prayer Book Society, Forward in Faith, Ecclesiological Society, Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament, Bristol Organists Association, Friends of Somerset Churches and Chapels.
Currently the church remains locked when not in use but a telephone call or e-mail to churchwardens will "fling wide the gates" for your welcome inspection.