All Saints Church, in Park Road began in 1953 and serves the western area of Bury. There is a range of ages, including younger families and children.
Sunday services at All Saints' begin with a traditional Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) at 8.00am. There is a Parish Communion at 9.30am, except on the third Sunday of the month when there is a Family Service at 10.30am. Prayers for healing are available at the end of the main service each Sunday. Children can receive Holy Communion before confirmation, after proper preparation.
There is also a Eucharist at 9.30am. People meet to pray for the parish at 3pm on Mondays. There is a long established ministry among children and families. Messy Church occurs occasionally and a Parent and Toddler Group meets on Wednesdays during term time.
A group of lay people from All Saints visit a local County primary school fortnightly as part of the Open the Book Project, which presents Bible stories as part of collective worship. There are four Lay Elders supporting mission and ministry in the church.
All Saints has an Over 60s group, the All Saints Fellowship. The church is linked to its own church hall, which is used by a wide variety of church and community groups throughout the week. The church and a smaller meeting room are also available for hire. Click here to contact us for details.
Social events include an annual Community Fair in summer, Quiz evenings, talks and concerts. The church is popular with various local music groups for their concerts and rehearsals.
All Saints Fellowship meets at All Saints Church at 2.30pm on the second Tuesday of every month. Contact Jean Lywood on 01284 752595.
Members of All Saints sit on the governing body of St Edmundsbury School, a Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School, and Sextons' Manor Primary School. Both schools are in the parish. The church is an active supporter of Bury Christian Youth, Christian Aid and The Children’s Society.
Please click here to see the Booking calendar and contact Julie on 01284 700400 to book the church or church hall.