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Diocese of Oxford


All Saints' Church, Frances Road, Windsor


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Sunday Xtra at All Saints Church

All Saints' Church - Windsor

All Saints' Church : Frances Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1HU




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Sunday worship will be online via Zoom.

Future Services -  Holy Communion at 10:00am every Sunday in one of our churches.
This will rotate around our church buildings following the pattern below.

7th Mar - All Saints Church
14th Mar - SS Stephen & Agnes Church
21st Mar - Windsor Parish Church
28th Mar - Holy Trinity Church


Attending Services: view details and how to book your seat ... in News & Events ...


Services in places of worship are currently permitted so our services will go ahead as planned.


Windsor Parish Church and St Stephen’s will remain open for every day personal prayer only.

All Saints’ is open on Tuesday & Saturday, and

Holy Trinity from 9.30-11.30am on Weds-Saturday.


When visiting the church for private prayer or attending a service please observe the following for the safety of yourself and others:

All those visiting the church for private prayer or attending a service must: wear an appropriate face covering which covers their face and mouth (unless medically exempt); use hand sanitiser; keep a distance of at least one metre (ideally two metres); and follow the directions as signed or given by wardens/stewards.  Whilst in church you should not chat/mingle with anyone outside your household group or bubble.  Singing by the congregation is not permitted.  During the current lockdown (from 6 January): weddings can only be held under exceptional circumstances and attendance is limited to a maximum of six people; and funeral services can be attended by up to 30 people.  Those who are clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 should stay at home as much as possible and observe social distancing guidance, and it is advisable not to attend church in person during this time.  Please see this document for further information. 

 The Church of England advice sheet on Covid-19 Permitted Activities can be found here 

 The Church of England advice sheet on Face Coverings can be found here.


We ask that you do not attend a service in church if you have any of the symptoms of Covid-19.


Our online services will continue for the foreseeable future.


Evening Prayer at 6pm Monday to Friday and Night Prayer (Compline) at 9pm on Saturday and Sunday will be live streamed on the Church Facebook page.


A number of streamed services and prayers continue to be available for viewing in the  Videos section of these facebook pages .


Most of our 10am services in church will now be available online. Please join our mailing list for further details.


The Diocesan live streamed services on Sundays and Principal Holy Days can be found on the  Diocese of Oxford Facebook page  and their  website


For details of how to join our online gatherings please contact us, if you are not already on our mailing list. We would love you to join us.


If you are worried, have questions, or need any support from us with shopping or other daily requirements, please let us know and we will make every effort to assist.







All Saints' is an active Anglican church in the heart of the community and providing a warm welcome to all. We are part of the Diocese of Oxford and one of the four churches of the Windsor Team Ministry serving the people of central Windsor. Regular services are held on Sundays and Mondays. Please see Regular Services for more details of these and News & Events for details of special services and events.



Regular Services:


Every Sunday at 10.00am - Family Communion


Second Sunday at 10.00am - Sunday Xtra in the Parish hall.


Evensong - please see News & Events for timings.


Every Monday 9.00am - Morning Prayer.



All Saints' Church is home to the Thomas Hardy altarpiece. Re-discovered in 2014, this beautiful work of art, designed by the famous poet and author of Far from the Madding Crowd and Tess of the d'Urbervilles, is now uncovered and restored for all to see.


We are committed to safeguarding children, young people, and vulnerable adults. The PCC has adopted the Church of England's policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England's website: more/safeguarding.


You can contact the Rector, Revd Canon Sally Lodge, on 01753 862419 or





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