All Saints’ Church has been the setting for numerous weddings over the years and when the time comes, what better place for a baptism, especially if you were married in the church.

All Saints is how a church should be. Dignified but not intimidating. A friendly atmosphere but with the feeling that God is watching over the young ones as they are baptised.

There is usually only one baptism held at a time so it is not the assembly line feeling of some churches. The priest has time to give the child her full attention as we welcome them into Christ’s church. After the service which you will find dignified and meaningful but interesting and friendly, there will be ample opportunity to ask the priest any questions you might have. And rest assured, they will be only too pleased to answer them if they can. A former parish priest always maintained that there was no such thing as a silly question.

Set in the heart of the Essex countryside but only a few minutes from the M25 and Southend Arterial Roads All Saints is secluded but is easy to reach with Upminster main line and underground station only a short distance away.

There is ample parking in the two car parks for up to 40 cars and rest room facilities are available in the adjoining Vestry Hall.

And should you wish to hold a reception afterwards, then consider using the Vestry Hall. It could be just the place you are looking for. Click the link for details.  Vestry Hall



To book a Baptism come along to the Vestry Hall

(next to the church)

any Saturday between 10am and 11am 
No appointment necessary.