Welcome to All Saints' Church Online

A warm welcome to All Saints' Church in the parish of Braunston, Northamptonshire.

During the Covid-19 lock-down the church building is closed but we are continuing to worship and pray and keep in touch. Full details of pre-recorded services, mid-week eucharist on 'Zoom' and other projects we're involved with including Braunston Heart are on the Staying Connected page.

Although close to Daventry we are very much a village church but one which has always extended a welcome to visitors and especially to those who come to us from the canals. The spire on the church building is a landmark from both road and waterways and attracts many visitors.

But beautiful and distinctive though our building is, a church is about far more than stone and stained glass. It is about relationships - how Christians in this place worship and serve God; how we serve our community; and how we try to put our money where our mouth is in terms of living out our faith as Jesus taught.

Like most churches we are very much a work in progress and are always learning. Like most churches we make mistakes and have our faults and foibles (we are too human by half!) but we want to be a church worthy of its founder and so we keep trying.

There may be many reasons why you are looking at our website. Perhaps you are looking for somewhere to arrange a baptism (christening) or a wedding. Or find out how to deal with a death. Perhaps you or someone you know needs prayer. Perhaps you want to find a place to worship and feel at home or perhaps you want to find out more about what it means to be a Christian today.

Whether you are looking for help, worship, history or salvation these pages should give you a good start. But there is no substitute for the real thing – so get in touch or just drop in. We look forward to seeing you!

Safeguarding

All Saints' Church takes seriously its responsibility to protect and safeguard the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.

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