All Saints Church is a welcoming and inclusive Anglican church in Horseshoe Lane, Garston, Watford. Our tradition is liberal Catholic and we work hard to make our services friendly, lively and accessible. The 10.00 am service on the second Sunday each month is planned with children and young families in mind. We are here to serve the people of this parish, to celebrate with them in times of joy and to support them through times of sadness.
We are a place of worship and discovery, where people can grow in faith through their knowledge and experience of God and, in light of faith, make sense of the world around them. We seek to speak the love and healing that Jesus came to bring through our words and actions and to be an instrument of transformation. We are a place where prayer is offered daily for the community, the world and the Church.
The Church was built in 1853 by the renowned victorian architect Sir George Gilbert Scott to serve a small and largely rural community between Watford and St Albans. The parish is now a large and diverse community which includes around 18,000 residents and 14 schools .
All Saints Church is located on Horseshoe lane with parking in the car park accessed via All Saints Crescent.
Next to All Saints church is a newly furbished Church Hall with committee rooms and a new Parish Office. The Church Hall is available for hire and we work hard to keep the rates competitive so that it is a real resource to the whole community.