• This week at All Saints Church


  • All Saints Church

    Welcome to websites of All Saints!

    All Saints is a friendly parish church located on Crawley Road in Roffey (a few minutes drive from the centre of Horsham.)   

    The church started life in a school room as part of the parish of St Mary’s Horsham and 1887, with the building of the current church became a parish in its own right.  All Saints is a parish within the Church of England's Diocese of Chichester..

    As an Anglican parish church our worship comes from the Church of England's liturgies, ‘Common Worship’ and ‘The Book of Common Prayer.’ But our worship is in the 'high church' or 'anglo-catholic' style with a focus on the Sacraments and the beauty of holiness revealed through the dignity and ceremony of our worship.  

    On Sundays we have 3 different styles of Eucharist worship starting with a quiet contemplative Mass at 8am then a Family Mass with a focus on children at 9.15am and finally a Traditional Sung Mass at 10.30am.  We also have an active social life which helps draw our diverse, all-age congregations together.

    As well as our Sunday Masses we also celebrate Mass daily, on Tuesdays at 7.00pm, Wednesday at 10am followed by coffee, Thursday at 7.00pm, Friday at 8.00am and Saturday at 9.30am.

     Other services take place on major feast days, as well as during Lent, Advent and at other special times. These range from Stations of the Cross to a Children’s Crib service.

    We hope that you will come and join us at All Saints.  Whether you are visiting the area or looking for a church community to worship in, we assure you of a warm welcome as we come together to glorify God and share in fellowship as his children in this place.

    Fr Russell


  • New Assistant Curate

    It was a great joy to be able to announce today that The Bishop of Chichester has
    appointed Father Kevin Humphrys to be the NSM Assistance Curate at All Saints.  Fr Kevin will be licensed at All Saints on Thursday 21st April.


    Annual Meeting

    Our Annual Meeting takes place on Sunday 24th April 2016 at 11am (after the 9.30am joint Mass)
    At this meeting we need to elect 2 Churchwardans and 7 member of the PCC

    If you are on the Church Electoral Roll and can not be present at the meeting you can apply for a postal vote by filling in the form that can be found here.   
    Completed postal votes need to be returned by Wednesday 4th April 2016.


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