Parish choir

The Parish Choir, under the direction of Jonathan Wikeley, sings for the 10.30am Eucharist and 6.00pm Evensong Sunday services.  It is regarded as one of the best choirs of its type in the country.  Membership is by audition. Four choral scholarships and an organ scholarship are offered every year and are usually advertised shortly after Easter. 

Junior All Saints Singers (JASS)

Junior All Saints Singers (JASS) our children’s choir, welcomes girls and boys in year three and upwards and we hope will be able to sing twice a term for the 9.30 Children's service.  It is directed by Sam Poppleton.

Concerts and carol services

Ou musical life is enriched by a regular concert series, Music by the Bridge and by occasional concerts and by the carol services held in December.

The organ

The organ at All Saints was built by William Hill in 1894, possibly incorporating pipes from the original instrument by Jordan in 1732. It was rebuilt by Norman and Beard in 1930 and further restored in 2002. The case is by Jordan, and the organ loft is built using panels from the former pulpit at the church. 

full specification can be found at the National Pipe Organ Register.  


The bellringers ring our ring of ten bells, which can be heard most Sundays and on special occasions.


All Saints is an inclusive parish church, worshipping in the catholic tradition of the Church of England, that welcomes anyone, regardless of age, gender, sexuality, physical ability or ethnic background.


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