Belonging to All Saints'
At All Saints' we aim to be a community of Christians, serving our Lord Jesus Christ in worship, serving one another and the wider community in love and fellowship and in acts of practical service.
In a world where so many feel lost, confused and lonely, we offer ourselves as a community to our parish and beyond where friendship and companionship may be found in our journey of faith through life together.
We recognise that we are not perfect. We are a group of fallible people, just like everyone else, but are discovering the difference that the love of God in Jesus Christ makes to our lives.
The Parish of All Saints covers the eastern half of Bishop's Stortford and is on the eastern edge of the Diocese of St Albans, part of the Province of Canterbury within the Church of England, the latter being the Mother Church of the Anglican Communion. We look to the Bishop of St Albans, the Rt Revd Alan Smith as the focus of unity and authority within our Diocese.