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

All Saints' Church, Emscote 

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

What's on

A Snowy Sunday


10.30am   PARISH MASS

The main weekly 'sung' celebration with Holy Communion.  


10.00am   MIDWEEK MASS  

A 'said' celebration lasting 35 minutes.  In the Lady Chapel.  Followed by refreshments.


Monday to Thursday  

9.00am     MORNING PRAYER  

Part of the daily tradition of the Church, with Bible readings, and prayer for those in need.  25 minutes.  Lady Chapel.



Praise and play - with stories and singing, simple crafts, toys and refreshments.  For babies, toddlers and their parents/carers. 

(School term time)

Tuesday (2nd of month)


Part of the Church's silent, contemplative prayer tradition.  

40 minutes.  Lady Chapel. Followed by refreshments.  



A form of Evening Prayer for the eve of a Sunday or main festival.  Lady Chapel.  25 minutes.     

(Not all Saturdays. Please check with the office)

Sunday and midweek worship during Advent

Night prayer
On Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm in the Lady Chapel 6th, 13th and 20th December.  Copies of the service will be available for anyone who would like to participate at home instead.

Sunday worship
Getting ready together
Threading through our Advent services is the theme of
'Cloth for the Cradle'.
Bit by bit we shall be weaving a cloth for Jesus's cradle, using lots of colourful strips of material on a very large loom.

Please note:  There is no service at All Saints on Christmas Eve morning.  In the Team, St Nicholas Church has a 10am service.   

Future events to look out for...

Future services to look out for...



What a relief to find a place where woolly thinking is perfectly acceptable - even encouraged!

The first session is on January 18th 2018.  11am.

Mulled wine and mince pies are served afterwards. 

All are welcome!

Come and join in the Story!

A POP UP nativity to begin the Christmas celebrations. 
Children and adults together.
Angels and stars, shepherds,  and kings, donkeys and sheep and more - all are welcome at the stable! 

Simple costumes also provided on the day for all who would like a part in the action. 

The first Communion of Christmas

For all ages