Welcome to All Saints

Hello and welcome to our church website, it’s always a real joy for us to meet and have new members in our church family. Here you will find useful information about our Church. Our mission is leading people in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

We’re so glad you’ve decided to visit us! You’ll find a list of commonly asked questions.

How do I get there?

All Saints’ is not far from the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne College and the seafront. See map for location.

Where should I park?

There is a small car park available in our entrance on Grange Road. There is generally ample free parking in the nearby roads as well.

What should I wear?

We have no dress code! our church has a “come as you are” atmosphere. Everyone has their own interpretation of what to wear for church, some are dressed relaxed causal and informal, whilst for others they might sport a hat. We welcome you all.

Do you have groups for children?

Our 10am and 4pm services have groups for children of all ages. More information can be found on our services page.

All Saints’ is a very busy church with lots of activities taking place throughout the week as well as on Sunday. There’s plenty of opportunity to get involved and feel part the community with all sorts of different and varied groups who make up the successful running of the church.

We would love you to feel part of our community too, so please contact us.

Can I take communion?

Yes – if you are baptised and confirmed.

Can I get married in Church?

If you are thinking about getting married – congratulations! The Church of England has a list of “qualifying conditions” to determine who can legally be married in any particular church building.

Who can be baptised?

Anyone who lives in the parish or comes to church.
We offer both Baptisms (sometimes called ‘christenings’) and Thanksgivings.

Can I be a Christian without going to church?

Church is not something we “go” to – church is simply what a group of Christians are. It’s an integral part of being a Christian to meet regularly with others, to praise God, hear from him, encourage others, for the challenges of the week ahead. Ill-health or infirmity may prevent some from meeting, and we try to offer them continuing fellowship and support at home.