What We’re About

All Saints Weston is a Church of England church which welcomes everyone who wants to explore the Christian Faith.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT IS:

To be a blessing to our community by weaving the stuff of life with the story of God.

Click here to listen to our Vicar talking with our Parish Missioner about the mission statement.

BLESSING OUR COMMUNITY

We aim to be at the centre of our community in the village of Weston Green. We are heavily engaged with our local schools and college. We provide the only public space in the village which houses all of our Uniformed Organisations.

THE STUFF OF LIFE

We offer Pastoral care to all who need it along with services for BaptismMarriage and Funerals. We offer an annual bereavement service where people can gather to remember loved ones as well as the Church being open every day for private prayer.

We have oodles of stuff for Children, Young People and Families. We run a toddlers group on Monday mornings called Fun Saints.

We’re here for everything that life throws at you – good or bad. If you need to talk, pop in or give us a call.

THE STORY OF GOD

We offer high quality worship at All Saints Weston which mixes the best of contemporary and traditional approaches to worship. We have a strong robed choir, a superb worship band called Westonlife (at the 11.30 Ssh Free service on the First Sunday of the month) and a Junior Choir called Saints Aloud.

On Sunday mornings we run a crèche as well as our children’s ministry – Sunday Saints. Each week on Thursdays we have a Toddler praise session called SmAll Saints.

All of our services provide excellent teaching on the scriptures as well as opportunities to engage in worship that appeals to all of our senses – through music, colour, words and community. We aim to offer a space where all can experience God and the power of His spirit.

WHERE ARE WE

The Church is situated at the end of Chestnut Avenue in Weston Green. It is signposted from Hampton Court Way and is next to Marney’s Pond and Marney’s Public House. It is easily accessible from Esher train station which is a five-minute walk.