All Saints Church, Kingston upon Thames
All Saints is the historic parish church of Kingston, whose bounds stretched at one time from Richmond to Molesey. It is a place of significant heritage. The first King of England – Athelstan in 925AD – was crowned here making this, arguably, the place where England began.
The church has been at the centre of Kingston life for centuries and serving the community in a variety of different ways is a top priority for us. We have a liberal outlook and intend that our services are inclusive and graceful, without being stuffy. Music plays an important part in our life, supporting our worship and helping us to pray.
You are very welcome to join us or make a visit. Visitors to All Saints can find out more about our history in our new heritage gallery.
There’s loads to do and see, including trails to learn more about the church’s stained glass, architecture and memorials, interactive displays and an iSpy trail for children. Visitors can explore the history of the church’s oldest object and of the people who’ve lived in Kingston over the past millennium.