All Saints' Church, Emscote 

...we seek to be an inclusive, vibrant worshipping community.

 

Marriage at All Saints

Your wedding day

A new beginning


 If you are a resident in the parish of Emscote, or have some other qualifying connection, and you would like to be married within the context of a Christian Service, we would be very happy to discuss this with you.



All Saints’ has many facilities that will help make your wedding a very special day. The church and environs offer an unusually wide range of settings and backgrounds for such a modern building.




Marriage of divorcees in Church


All Saints’ affirms the ideal that Christian marriage should be for life. Nevertheless, we recognise that, for many different reasons, marriages do break down.  We are prepared to consider a second marriage in church after divorce, depending on the particular circumstances. Those who have been married before are invited to make contact with the Vicar to talk about the possibility of a church service.




Renewal of Marriage Vows


We are also glad to hear from couples who wish to renew their wedding vows for whatever reasons. The renewal of vows can take place as a separate service or as part of the main Sunday Parish Mass.

 




The old and new together
Above and below: Views of the new All Saints Church (centre) accompanied by its elders: St Edith's House (right) and the Old Infant School (left - now All Saints Contact Centre). 

A view from All Saints vicarage across to the new All Saints and the old St Edith's one frosty morning.
All Saints: the sanctuary of the main worship space today.


Facilities at All Saints today

A place of new beginnings


Warm, welcoming, fully accessible

Spacious and well-appointed

Flexible and comfortable seating

Up to date lighting, heating and sound

Excellent music, encouraging acoustic


Large new kitchen, extendable refreshment area

Toilets and baby-changing facilities


Large grassy area for play, for barbecues, hog roasts...

The old and the new

The original All Saints church - Victorian gothic - had to be demolished in the late 1960s, not long after reaching its centenary year (left).


Today's All Saints (right and above) is not a traditional old church with a long 'aisle': instead it is 'in the round' and like a beautiful Tent of Meeting.  

The modern building (above and right) was consecrated in 1989.   Very well appointed, it welcomes people and groups from miles around for a whole range of functions.       


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Views of the main worship space,

All Saints today.