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  • Welcome to our website and thank you for taking the time to visit us.

    Sunday services will begin again at All Saints' Church on Sunday July 19th
    when there will be a service of Holy Communion at 8am and
    a service of Morning Prayer at 10:30am.
    Further details will be provided in the coming days.

    All Saints' Church is now  open for private prayer and reflection
    each day from 10:00 - 12 noon

    Read the latest edition of our newsletter.

    A midweek reflection: On Message? (Matthew 10: 1-7)

    A reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Trinity: Words for the Weary 
    (Matthew 11: 16-19, 25-30)
    Intercessions for the Fourth Sunday of Trinity  (video)

    Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    We have received advice from The Church of England’s Recovery Group about opening for public worship and we have begun the process of planning how we can welcome you back safely for services; this will take a little while to complete.

    If you visit the church for private prayer, please maintain social distancing, only use the designated areas, and follow the instructions displayed in church.  
    For further information please go to the Church of England webpages about Coronavirus.

    Bishop Keith is encouraging us all to join together as a diocese
    every Sunday at 8pm by placing a lit candle in your window and
    praying for the diocese and our nation. 

    Spiritual nurture
    Click here for reflections, prayers and music to help sustain and develop our spirit during the pandemic.  

    To help keep in touch, a newsletter is being published.  You can read the latest edition on-line. Copies of the newsletter are posted to those on our contact list who do not use the Internet. 

    Contact list
    All Saints has a contact list for keeping in touch with our congregation and those with an interest in the church.  If you would like to join this list please click here

    This uses a service provided by Mailchimp.  Your personal data is kept safe in compliance with our Data Privacy Policy and is only used for this contact list and not shared with any third parties.

    We shall be using this website to provide appropriate resources during this period when public worship has been paused and hope to have material available in the next day or so.

    Thornton Hough is a rural parish in the heart of the Wirral peninsula.  It includes the village of Thornton Hough, the hamlets of Brimstage and Raby and the estate at Raby Mere. 

    Our aspiration for All Saints Church is for God to be central in all that we do and in the lives of all our members, and to share the love of God with those around, serving the community and witnessing to others about the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.

    Come and join us at one of our Sunday or midweek services.  We look forward to welcoming you to All Saints' Church.

    Explore faith and fellowship through our ministries and groups.  As we live and learn together, our faith in God grows stronger and we display more clearly the love and truth of Christ.

    Find out more about us - our vision, beliefs, leadership and history -  read the latest magazine, and feel free to contact us with any questions or requests. 


  • Services and events coming up: 


    All Saints Thornton Hough takes its duty and obligation to protect everyone extremely seriously.  We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedure and guideline and details may be  found here.