All Saints Church, Cranham is recorded from as early as 1254, and although the building has changed several times it remains on the same site. The first recorded Rector of the parish was John de Wokydon in 1310
The present building goes back to 1873 and is a beautiful country church but within easy reach of Upminster Station and just minutes from the M25.
But All Saints is not just a fine old church where people go to pray and sing hymns, it is a living part of the community.
Scroll through the pages and see just what we have to offer for besides the services of worship and the many baptisms and weddings, All Saints offers a variety of activities from messy church, Sunday School and the ever popular holiday club. Include Zumba and Tai chi instruction, the Ladies Circle and Spare Rib club, the uniformed organisations (Scouts, Cubs, Brownies, Beavers and Rainbows) plus a whole variety of Social activities and you will see what I mean. Turn the page and…….
Welcome to All Saints’ Church Cranham.
Registered Charity No. 1161951
Every Saturday morning during Lent we will be serving breakfast in the Vestry Hall between 10am and noon. Whether you just want a cup of coffee or tea and a slice of toast or a full English, come along and join us.