Visit us at William St,
Kettering, Northamptonshire, 
NN16 9RR 
You will be made very welcome by our diverse congregation

All Saints Parish was one of several parishes created in 1916 out of the single Parish of Kettering, to accommodate the expansion of the town. However, there has been a church on the present site since 1898. The Patron of All Saints is the Society for the Maintenance of the Faith.
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Fr Tim Dawson will be instituted and inducted at All Saints on Saturday 29 April at 3:30pm.        

Welcome to the Church in the Park
  • Our Church

    The present church building dates from 1929. It is a tall, brick building, slightly truncated because some elements of the original design were not completed. It includes a nave and two aisles, which effectively combine into, and are used as, a single open space; sanctuary; single-bell tower; vestry; the Hartley Room; and, at the western end, the Jubilee Room, comprising an entrance lobby, function room, kitchen and toilets. It is surrounded on three sides by lawn, trees and flower borders; and, to the west, a car park. 

  • Inside our Church

    Why not come in and have a virtual tour or indeed come along in person! We provide an important much needed community facility, used by people from this & neighbouring parishes for a range of events. Visit Café Toussaint at table-tops and car-boots

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Sunday Services start at 10.30am
For all Community events - see the "Community What's On Guide" tab 

March 2017's edition of "Saints Alive" now under Newsletters tab

    (photo by Malcolm Wallace) 

Thanks to Kettering Borough Council for a grant towards extra security at the church!
Our bell is back from Loughborough Bell Foundry!
Have you heard it ringing yet?

For our "Safeguarding Children and Adults Policy" please read
Child&Adults Protection Policy revised 2014.pdf

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