New to All Saints? | All Saints Berkhamsted

The Church of All Saints Church, Berkhamsted

New to All Saints?

 Finding the church

The church is a large red brick building on the corner of Shrublands Road and Cross Oak Road. Directions and a map can be found here.


There is very limited parking in the church grounds. On-street parking can usually be found in nearby streets. Please be mindful of our neighbours when you park.


Our main service is at 10am on a Sunday morning.  Varied is the best way to describe our services – one Sunday will never be exactly the same as the next.  This is something that many of our congregation appreciate and value.

Most services will use written prayers and a mix of modern and traditional hymns accompanied by the organ or piano.

Holy Communion is usually held on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays of the month and on special Sundays.

After the service all are invited for refreshments in the hall (follow everyone else!).  This is a good opportunity to meet members of the church.

Messy Church meets once a month, usually on a Sunday afternoon at 4pm.

Healing and Wholeness services are held every other month on a Sunday at 4pm and are quiet, peaceful services of prayer.

Early morning communion services are held every few weeks on a Sunday at 8am.  They usually use a service sheet with written prayers and don’t have any hymns. They last between 30 – 40 minutes.

Morning Prayer and a Eucharist led by a priest from the parish are held every Tuesday morning – Morning Prayer at 9am and the Eucharist at 9.30am.


All ages are welcome to our services and there is a ‘children’s corner’ with books and toys available if you’d like to use it.

Explorers for under-12s meets during term time, at the same time as the morning service.  The whole church family joins together every Sunday for part of the time, sometimes at the beginning of the service, sometimes at the end.  The welcomers at the door can let you know whether the Explorers are starting in the church or in the hall.


The Church is easily accessible by wheelchairs and mobility scooters.  There is a slight step into the hall from outside but it is fully accessible from the church.

There is a hearing loop which is used during most services.

There is an all-access toilet accessed from the church hall.

Large-print hymn books are available on request.

If you are thinking about coming to a service at All Saints’, please feel free to contact us beforehand, we’d be very happy to answer any questions that you may have.