All Saints

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Where England began, All Saints is the place where the first King of England was crowned.

About this church

All Saints is the historic parish church of Kingston, whose bounds stretched at one time from Richmond to Molesey.

It is a place of significant heritage. The first King of England, Athelstan in 925AD, was crowned here making this, arguably, the place where England began.

The church has been at the centre of Kingston life for centuries and serving the community in a variety of different ways is a top priority for us. We have a liberal outlook and intend that our services are inclusive and graceful, without being stuffy. Music plays an important part in our life, supporting our worship and helping us to pray.

You are very welcome to join us or make a visit.

Key Features

  • Captivating architecture
  • Spectacular stained glass
  • Magnificent memorials
  • Enchanting atmosphere
  • Social heritage stories
  • National heritage here
  • Famous connections

Visitors information

  • Bus stop within 100m
  • Train station within 250m
  • Level access throughout
  • Parking within 250m
  • Accessible toilets in church
  • Café in church
  • Dog friendly
  • Walkers & cyclists welcome
  • Space to secure your bike
  • Wifi
  • Church shop or souvenirs

Regular events

  • Sunday Services: 8am BCP, 9.30am Choral Eucharist, 6pm Choral Evensong.
    Holy Communion Tuesday 12pm, Wednesday 12pm and Thursday BCP 10.30am.
    Playtime for Toddlers Friday 11am, Silent Prayer Friday 12pm.
    Toddler Group Tuesday 1.30pm to 3pm and Friday 9.30am to 11am.
    Monday Lunchtime Recitals 30 weeks of the year at 1pm.

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