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150th Anniversary

The consecration of All Saints' Church took place on June 25th 1872. The service was conducted by the Bishop of Rochester, Thomas Legh Claughton, because at that time the church was in the Diocese of Rochester (the Diocese of St Albans was not formed until 1877).

Therefore to celebrate our 150th Anniversary in 2022 we are holding a series of events which are highlighted below. 

150th Anniversary Events


Saturday 16 July 2022 / Sunday 17th July 2022

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Flower Festival - Saturday 10.00am - 5.00pm, Sunday 12noon - 5.00pm

There will be displays from many local schools, groups and organisations as well as background music at various times during the days, provided by local musicians and singers. Tea, cake and scones will be served in the garden.
Activities for children so bring all the family.
Free entry but donations welcome. 
Come along and see our crocheted, knitted and fabric flower display at the front of the Church.

Saturday 16th July 2022 @ 7.30pm

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A concert in celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the opening of our church.
'The Festival Chamber Orchestra', consisting of local professional and semi-professional musicians, will play a selection of light classics. 
All ages welcome.
Refreshments available in the garden during the interval - Prosecco, Pimns and strawberries and cream.
Please use the form below to book and purchase tickets or contact us. Tickets are £7.50 for Adults and £5.00 for Children age 12 and under.

Booklet - The Building of All Saints' Church

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A booklet has been produced that covers the building of All Saints' Church between 1868 - 1872.
Copies of this can be purchased for £6.

If you would like buy a copy of this booklet please contact us 

Virtual Balloon Race Results 

This fundraising event to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the consecration of the Church has now finished. Thank you to everyone who participated in the Virtual Balloon race. The owner of the balloon which travelled the farthest wins a prize of a £50 amazon gift voucher, 2nd farthest wins a prize of a £20 amazon gift voucher and 3rd farthest wins a prize of a £10 amazon gift voucher. The results will be posted here shortly.

                                                                Balloon Name        Balloon Colour        Distance Covered
Joint 1st Place (£50 Prize Shared)         Phil                           Poppy Red                1655
                                                                   Rose                         Poppy Red                1655

Joint 2nd Place (£20 Prize Shared)        Olly                          Amber                       1647
                                                                    Leo                          Orange Peel              1647

3rd Prize                                                    Maychloe                Purple Duck              1635

Click this link for full results of the Balloon Race

Hello and welcome to our church. If you are a new visitor, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.
Click here to see more.

Planning your Visit

A Warm Hello 

Whether you've just moved to the area, have lived here all your life or are just visiting, we hope our website helps you to find out everything you want to know about All Saints’ Church, Croxley Green.  We would love to see you!

What facilities are available at the church to enable access for all?
♦ We have temporary ramps available on request for step free access. There is a fixed ramp
   within the church to improve access for those with mobility challenges.
♦ There is a loop system for those using a hearing aid.
♦ Our church hall opposite has toilets; one of which is a disabled toilet with changing facilities for
♦ There is street parking available around the church.
♦ Large print copies of the service booklet and hymn books are available.
♦ Our Sunday service is also shown on a large screen.
♦ Some services are available on our facebook page.

What should I wear?
Come as you are, wear whatever you feel comfortable wearing; whether it’s jeans or your Sunday best.

What will happen when you arrive?
You will be welcomed and given everything you need for the service. We always aim to start on time but don’t worry if you arrive late.

What will happen during the service?
Some services are more formal than others (see below), but generally they will include hymns and/or worship songs, prayers, Bible readings and a talk. During a service of Holy Communion you will be invited to go forward for Communion or a personal blessing should you wish.
What about children?
Although we do not have a Sunday school, we feel children enhance our intergenerational worship through their openness and engagement with God; therefore they are welcome at all our services. There is also a selection of toys and activities available for them. 

What about money?
The church is completely reliant on donations to cover its running costs and so a collection is taken during our services, where cash or card donations can be made if you wish. 
What happens after the service?
There are refreshments available after our Sunday main service. We would love you to join us so we can get to know each other better.

Plan your journey: 
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Our Services

Sunday Worship

Sunday's - something for everyone


8.00am    Holy Communion Book of Common Prayer (First Sunday of the Month).

A simple and reflective Communion service using traditional language from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. It is a said service so there are no hymns. The service lasts about 35 minutes.

9.45am    Parish Communion
A formal service of Communion using the Common Worship Service Book. Both traditional and contemporary hymns are sung. The service lasts about 1 hour followed by tea and coffee in the church.

11.30am    Family Service (Third Sunday of the Month)
This very informal service is particularly geared towards children and their families with songs, bible story prayer and a Family Activity Creative time.  The service lasts for about 30-40 minutes. Tea, freshly brewed coffee, squash, etc. are available at the end of the service.


8.00am    Daily Prayer (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays)
A simple, informal and reflective service at the start of the day based on the Common Worship order of service.  The service lasts about 20 minutes and is live-streamed on our facebook page.

9.30am    Holy Communion (Thursdays)
A said service of Holy Communion lasting for 30 minutes, followed by refreshments.

The church is open daily 10am-2pm for private prayer and reflection.

Get in touch with us to plan your visit
If you would like to come and visit the church beforehand you are more than welcome! Get in touch and we can arrange a time that suits you.
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Comments / Questions or anything you would like to say?

Next, we will contact you by email to say hello and help arrange anything necessary for your visit.


 Miriam Mugan  
Revd. Canon Miriam Mugan
We hope that whoever you are, you will feel at home at our church.

Best Wishes