Welcome to All Saints’ Church, Didcot

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.


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.

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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 CommunityThursday, September 22nd, 2016 at 5:41am
With so much uncertainty around, we can start to wonder what life is all about. Perhaps wonder why there is such suffering in the world. On October 13th we are beginning a very informal course called Emmaus to give people the opportunity to explore these questions and to see what the Christian faith has to say in response to them. The first session is at 7.30 p.m. in the Kneller Room in All Saints' Youth and Community Hall and is a very gentle introduction, getting to know one another and to see what questions we might have. If you'd like to know more, you can find our contact details on the website: www.didcotallsaints.org.uk. Alternatively just turn up and the kettle will be on!
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Didcot All Saints Church Community updated their cover photo.Monday, September 19th, 2016 at 2:56am
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Didcot All Saints Church Community added 7 new photos.Monday, September 19th, 2016 at 2:48am
Another busy day at All Saints'..... Mr. Potato Head paid a visit to illustrate how bodies need all their different parts and the Church is no different in needing all God's people to be a part of it. All of us have a valuable part to play. we acknowledged the incredible part that our licensed lay minister, Nick Hards, has played in the Church over 40 years and for all he does in Didcot itself. Something he could't have done without the support of his wife, Eleanor. AND we celebrated lovely Phoebe's baptism. She stole the show although her great-grandma came close when she did the reading for us. Everyone thought it was hilarious when phoebe decided to explore the vicar's mouth - perhaps she thought she needed a new one.
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Didcot All Saints Church Community updated their cover photo.Sunday, September 18th, 2016 at 6:23am
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Didcot All Saints Church Community added 8 new photos.Sunday, September 18th, 2016 at 5:32am
This morning we gathered to remember the 4 men who lost their lives at Didcot A on February 23rd - Michael Collings, Ken Cresswell, Chris Huxtable and John Shaw. It was also an opportunity to express our thanks to all those involved in the recovery work. In turn gratitude was expressed to the people of Didcot for their care, compassion and support. After the service people wrote in the book of condolence for the families. We will continue to pray for the families, particularly as the funerals take place, and for the ongoing work at the site.
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