Who are we?
We are a group of Christians from widely diverse
backgrounds, joined together by our shared worship
and our love of God.
Our vision is to love God, love each other and share God’s love with our community.
There is a wealth of information about what Christians believe, on the Church of England website, here:
We are called to live and proclaim the good news of Christ, with his peace, love and humility.
Everyone is welcome here: all people of all backgrounds, origins, histories, outlooks and understandings. This includes you.
Our church is a resource for our community: we seek to provide care, sanctuary, learning, understanding, prayer and peace to all those around us.
We belong to the Inclusive Church Network:
A quiet service of Holy Communion with a said liturgy. There is always a sermon, which will sometimes be a discussion.
Time: 30 minutes.
The 11.15 am
Holy Communion, with hymns and a sermon.
Time : about an hour, with tea and coffee in the hall afterwards.
A sung Eucharist, with hymns and a sermon. This is the main service of the week.
On the first Sunday in the month, communion is followed by prayers for healing.
Time: 1 hour.
Third Sunday in the month
3.00pm to 4.30pm.
Worship, crafts and a simple meal, for children and their parents.
Tea, coffee and chat afterwards.
Second Sunday in the month
A peaceful and prayerful interlude with just Taizé chants and silence.
Time : 30 minutes.
10.00 am Holy Communion.
An informal communion service: with one hymn and a short sermon or reflection.
Time: 30 minutes.
Tea and coffee afterwards.
22 October Autumn course: (see below for details)
Love Dares Speak. 7.30 to 9.00pm All Saints Lady Chapel
29 October Love Dares Speak. 7.30 to 9.00pm All Saints Lady Chapel
4 November 10.00am All Saints Patronal Festival Parish Eucharist
3.00pm All Souls ‘In Loving Memory’ Service.
5 or 6 November Love Dares Speak 7.30 to 9.30pm All Saints Lady Chapel
11 November Remembrance Sunday, 100th Anniversary.
12 November Love Dares Speak. 7.30 to 9.30pm All Saints Lady Chapel
18 November Visit from Catherine Lee, CMS link missionary.
2 December Advent Sunday
24 December Crib service 4.00pm at St Peters
11.30 pm Midnight Mass at All Saints
9 December 10.00 am Parish Christingle at St Peters.
17 December 7.30pm Peace Light Service at All Saints, with the scouts and guides.
25 December 10.00 am Family Service Christmas Day
at All Saints Church, Shaftesbury Road, Luton.
Love that Dares to Speak
Probably the most difficult and emotive subjects facing the church today are the questions around sexuality and especially same sex relationships.
The book “Undivided” by gospel singer Vicky Beeching has recently provided a personal account of the difficult journey taken by an evangelical Christian as she comes to fully accept who she is. The Church of England is being called to be radically inclusive at this time but many of us are still struggling with this issue.
We are running a 4 week course which we hope will provide a safe space for those of different views to come together to explore this issue in the safe and prayerful space of the All Saints Lady Chapel.
The sessions are based on Hilary Brands new book “Love that dares to speak its name” and participants may like to purchase this.
7.30-9.00pm, Monday 22nd October, Monday 29th October, November [either 5th / 6th], Monday November 12th.
Places will be limited.
Please contact Revd. David Kesterton to join the group:
We are very proud of our community mural project which has been running for two weeks in August 2018.
Professional mural artist, Aime Rix from Marsh Farm has led the project, with enthusiastic and creative support from members of the wider community.
The team have produced four striking panels which will be erected on the wall behind the raised beds in our community garden.
Over 300 people attended our 70th anniversary celebration of the arrival of the Empire Windrush on 7 July 2018.
We are very grateful to Pastor Lloyd Denny, the Bishop of Bedford, UpMass Gospel Choir, Casino Royale Steel Band and many others for their help and support in creating a warm and enjoyable service.
We would be delighted to talk to you about Christening (which is also called baptism), for your baby, your older child or even for yourself.
Baptism is a first step along a journey of faith. In baptism we welcome a new member into the church of God.
Follow this link to find more information:
We are very happy to hold a christening as part of our main church service on a Sunday, or as a private service.
How do you organise your wedding ceremony in All Saints Church?
Come and talk to us. Visit a service at the church in Shaftesbury Road, or contact us on:
vicar(at)allsaintsluton.org. [Substituting @ for (at)]
You can also find lots of help on this Church of England website:
All Saints can seat up to 400 guests. Music sounds wonderful in the church: we have ample room for your musicians too.
There is a spacious hall available for your reception.
Best of all, you will start your married life in God’s loving hands!
We are here to help when you need it most. You don’t have to do this alone.
End of life care from a church is more than just providing a funeral. We will support you, visit you and listen to you, as you - or your loved one - are approaching the end of life.
We can offer our presence, prayer, Home Communion and anointing for those near death.
When you are planning a funeral, we will visit, help you understand what to expect, and help you to plan a service that will feel personal, and will reflect the distinctive life and personality of your loved one. We can help you choose hymns, music and readings, and can help you write a fitting eulogy.
A funeral service might be a very private short service at the crematorium, or a memorial service for 400 with a horse drawn hearse and a burial afterwards. We will do our best to accommodate your needs.
Afterwards we go on praying and caring, and will continue to visit if you find it helpful.
Please contact us now to discuss what you need.
Further information is available here:
We meet at All Saints Vestry on the first Wednesday of the month for a short service and a talk from a visiting speaker.
We are very active in fundraising and are strong supporters of the inmates at Yarlswood detention centre at Bedford.
New members are always welcome.
The gallery shows some of us and guests on our boat trip in June.
The Mothers’ Union is an international Christian charity with members worldwide. It works with people of all faiths and none to build up communities, strengthen families and advocate for change.
You don’t have to be a mother, a parent or even a woman to join.
At All Saints and St Peters, we are proud of our flourishing branch of the Mothers’ Union.
We have two halls available for hire at competitive rates:
(terms and conditions apply)
St Peter’s Centre on the corner of Dallow Road and Harefield Road.
St Peters has a kitchen and a hall for a dance floor or other activities. Tables and chairs are available and included in the cost of hire. There is no PA system. There is some off road parking.
To hire, please call 01582 592173.
We value our relationships with our neighbours. Please remember that both our halls are in residential areas and keep litter and late night noise (music, car doors etc… ) to a minimum.
All Saints Hall on Warwick Road
A large dance floor with a stage and a separate kitchen. Tables and chairs are included in the cost of hire. There is no PA system.
Call 01582 720129 or email:
Vicar: Revd David Kesterton
Chaplain to Luton Town F.C.
Phone: 01582 720129
Curate: Revd Jo Burke
All Saints Church,
Luton. LU4 8AH
St Peter’s Centre,