A church which welcomes you in Jesus’
name, to grow and share in his love
Action Alliance Member
Welcome to our website!
All Saints and St Frideswyde joined together in 2011 to form a growing and inclusive church with informal, friendly services at 10.30 each Sunday and we also have traditional Book of Common Prayer at 9am. Once a month we have our Open Table an LGBTQIA friendly service at 6pm for hospitality and 6.30pm for worship.
1.We will be a healthy and growing church with a more balanced age range
and gender representation across our congregations which will all be
inclusive and accessible.
2.We will lead our church membership in the Bishop’s charge to pray, read,
and learn, to tell, serve and give.
3.We will have a strong leadership team with succession planning and training
4.We will have opportunities for young people to meet together, learn about
faith and grow in discipleship.
5.We will show our love for God’s creation through our care for the
6.We will review and improve our communications to enable us to achieve our
Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
A Message from Reverend Canon Kath
Please feel free to join us, you will receive a warm welcome and enjoy travelling the Christian path with us.
Every Blessing, Kath
A loop system for the hard of hearing
Large print booklets available
Full disabled access
The Reverend Canon Kath Rogers
Telephone 0151 931 4676
Ecumenical Prayer on rotation with neighbouring churches, 9.45am
Morning Prayer Monday and Wednesday at 9.30am
ABC Toddeler Chrch Monday afternoons, term time at 1.30pm
Messy Church Saturday afternoons,
bi monthly at 4pm
We have achieved the Child Friendly and Disability Friendly awards, and Inclusive Church status. We have Children’s Sunday club once a month along with a BSL signed service both on the first Sunday of the month. There is ABC toddler church, Messy Church and a small creche area at the back of church plus our uniformed organisations. We are a Dementia Friendly church with support groups, a memory cafe and dementia friendly services. We are supported by the local Keystone organisation which specialises in the cared for and people caring for those with dementia.
We have small groups exploring faith and providing fellowship.
We have a range of community activities in our Hub which serves excellent coffee three mornings a week. Read about them HERE
Our long term aims for 2025 are
Prayer ministry in the Hub, Tuesday and Friday upon request
All Age Communion Service at 10.30am
1st Sunday - Signed Service and Children's Church
2nd Sunday - Open Table Iona Service
hospitality 6pm for 6.30pm service
Quarterly Memorial Services and Songs of Praise
Parade Services eight times a year
Faith & Fellowship Groups
House groups on Mondays and Thursdays
Alpha Courses periodically
Please see the Vicar regarding these