Worship Services

The altar table set for communion

SUNDAY 10.25am    PARISH MASS

The main weekly ‘sung’ celebration of the Mass (Holy Communion).  There is an attractive and comfortable children’s area, with activities. All are welcome. Followed by refreshments.

Above: John, Bishop of Warwick celebrated Mass at All Saints-tide 2019, as part of 30 years of ‘new’ All Saints. It was also a celebration of Baptism and Confirmation.

In our worship adults and children together wove a special cloth for the baby’s cradle. Can you spot Teddy wrapped in it?

3RD SUNDAY of the month 10.25am  SIMPLY WORSHIP

A shorter, interactive Mass, for all ages. 

MONDAY 9.45am  LITTLE SAINTS

Lively interactive praise and play – with stories and singing, simple crafts, toys and refreshments.  For babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and their grown ups. For more information see ‘Children at All Saints’.

(School term time).

THURSDAY MASS 10am

A short, said Holy Communion lasting 35 minutes.  In the Lady Chapel.  Followed by refreshments.

MONDAY TO THURSDAY 9.00am   MORNING PRAYER  

Part of the daily tradition of the Church, with Bible readings, and prayer for those in need.  30 minutes.  Lady Chapel.

Specific requests for prayer are always welcome. Contact the church office 0I926 492073 allsaints.emscote@gmail.com

Join in our prayer online: Morning Prayer
Night Prayer 

2nd TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 7.30pm   THE JULIAN MEETING

Part of the Church’s silent, contemplative/ meditative prayer tradition.  About 30 minutes silence with introduction.  In the Lady Chapel.  Followed by refreshments.  For more information The Julian Meeting.

Contact: Fr. Terry 07745 308978

WEDNESDAY EVENING WORSHIP in Advent and Lent

During these times of preparation and waiting we gather for services which are more meditative in nature. These usually happen on Wednesday at 7.30pm. We enjoy the opportunity to do something creative and invite those with particular charisms – either members of All Saints’ or guests – to come and lead the worship.

Below are images from a special Taize service held during Advent. It was a beautiful, prayerful and spacious occasion and well received by all who came. Younger members of All Saints, some of whom have been to Taize several times, led the worship.