Welcome to All Saints’ Church, Didcot

You are very welcome to join us at All Saints Church, Didcot. We have a variety of services and activities, ranging from Sunday services at 8am and 10am to Sunday School and Young at Heart. Groups meet from time to time to explore our Christian faith together. We are part of the Church of England, and our services range from traditional to informal.


There has been a church at All Saints’ in Lydalls Road, since the 12th century (at least) and we are very proud of this historic building which has been used to worship God for so many centuries.

Take a virtual tour of All Saints’, Didcot.

If you would like to know more about faith and what it means to be a Christian, various groups are held from time to time or it is possible to talk to someone about any questions you might have. Just contact us for further details.

Our website has lots more information about all that goes on at All Saints’ but if you can’t find what you need, please contact us.


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Didcot All Saints Church Community

You are very welcome to join us at Didcot All Saints Church. We have a variety of services and activities, ranging from Sunday services at 8am and 10am to Tiddlers and Toddlers and Young at Heart. Groups meet from time to time to explore our Christian faith together. We are part of the Church of England, and our services range from traditional to informal.
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Didcot All Saints Church CommunitySaturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 11:17pm
Tomorrow after our 10 a.m. service we're meeting together for annual church meeting. In many ways we're just like any other group or organization and meet together to reflect on what the last year has been about and what the future might hold. However, why we get together is very different from other groups. We do meet to share and support one another but our 'core business' is to worship and praise God and to share the love of God with everyone. As a part of this, we are guardiians of the church building and the churchyard. If you'd like to come along tomorrow you'd be more than welcome but if you'd like to see what All Saints' have been up to in the last year, you can ask for a copy of our annual report from our administrator administrator@didcotallsaintshall.org.uk
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Didcot All Saints Church Community updated their cover photo.Monday, April 17th, 2017 at 4:21am
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Didcot All Saints Church CommunityMonday, April 17th, 2017 at 12:56am
Alleluia! Christ is risen! We had a lovely service this morning to celebrate this most important day in the Christian year culminating with the children's Easter egg hunt around the churchyard. Just as the women visiting the tomb had a surprise, so did the children! And today we bring our reflections on God's blessings to an end with the blessing of life itself. We can thank God for the gift of life - our own and the whole of creation - but Jesus promised us something more. He promised 'Life in all its fullness' - a depth and quality of life that we can enjoy because he overcame death. Easter is just the beginning. All God asks is that we open ourselves to his promise of life in all its fullness and allow him to transform our lives. We hope that you have enjoyed our series of blessings and pray that throughout the coming year you may know God's blessing more in your life and share it with those around you.
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Didcot All Saints Church CommunitySaturday, April 15th, 2017 at 8:21pm
We're almost at the end of Lent and counting our blessings - but not quite. After Jesus had been crucified, it's difficult to imagine what the disciples might have been feeling - terror that they might be killed, grief and anger at seeing their friend die in such a terrible way and no doubt hopeless and despairing. Jesus had tried to tell them that when he died it wouldn't be the end but things like that don't penetrate do they? When we're going through such terrible times, it's hard if not impossible to be hopeful. We don't know what the future holds and can fear the worst. We now know that Good Friday wasn't the last word and because of that there is hope, the hope that God can take the worst that life can throw at us and transform it. God never abandons, always loves us. If you are going through a dark time at the moment, or you know someone who is, may they know the hope that comes from Jesus who overcame death itself.
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Didcot All Saints Church Community updated their cover photo.Saturday, April 15th, 2017 at 3:36am