We are a Church of England church aiming to be active and make a positive difference to you and our local community in Wokingham. We are an open and approachable church where you can be yourself and feel at home, get involved in a wide range of activities, or simply be present in our worship of God at Sunday or weekday services.
We have a vision to be a church full of life, love and energy. We aim to offer a friendly and stimulating community for you, your family and friends to engage with; whether or not you would think of yourself as religious or a “church-goer”.
We are here to celebrate or support you and your family in key times of life’s journey – christenings, weddings, funerals; and be a community of spiritual and emotional support when times are tough.
We offer many opportunities for prayer, learning and exploration of being and living with faith in God and the person of Jesus Christ.
We are a great community for children and young people. There are many events and activities for families with young children to enjoy being part of the church, having fun and meeting new friends; during the week as well as on Sundays.
Music is a big part of our church. Our choirs lead the music in our many of our services. This offers an excellent musical, cultural and spiritual education for children and young people. There are opportunities for all ages and abilities to join a choir at All Saints and be an inspiration to others as well as themselves through singing sacred music. And our concert programme of choral , chamber and folk music draws audiences to enjoy the singular acoustic of our venue, the beautiful and historic church building which dates back to Tudor times and earlier.
Our church community building The Cornerstone hosts a wide range of community activities and is run with volunteer help. Our five- acre churchyard, as well as being a sacred memorial space for many local families also serves as quiet haven of green space near the centre of a busy town. We are also active, often working together with our sister churches and community neighbours, to provide various forms of practical assistance. Through the church there are many opportunities to serve as a volunteer to bring help and blessing to the wider community.