There's no substitute for a friendly face and time spent listening and talking together. 

Here's an overview of the different regular events and gatherings in the Church community. For full details of what's on each week, take a look at our calendar:




Every Thursday night 6.30 till 8pm during term time.

Lighthouse is held in All Saints' for school years 6 to 9. Fun, games, music and a bit of thought.  Contact Martyn Lake on 01939 290777 or Rev Linda Cox by email.



Every 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11am

At All Saints’ Sunday School we aim to include everyone. We run along side the 11 o’clock service, every 2nd and 4th Sunday, to provide worship, craft, music and fun.

These activities are child friendly versions of the worship taking place in the main service. Colouring activities are provided at the back of the church for those who are not too sure about coming in, and on the 1st and 3rd Sundays. Each session is run by dedicated members of All Saints, who are passionate about the growth of our children.



Every Wednesday in Term Time, 9 -11am

We have the whole church as an area for a range of activities. Parents, grandparents or carers come and meet while the children play or do crafts. We have special sessions which include music singing and stories.

We hope that it provides an  informal opportunity for mums to meet and chat and children to get to know each other. The group is free and we provide refreshment. Please feel you can come — we would like to meet you!




We are an enthusiastic, amateur, mixed ability Anglican Church choir, keen to have fun singing and to praise God to the best of our abilities. We like to tackle a wide range of music and are always looking for new challenges.  

Anyone interested in singing is welcome to join, whatever you might think of your voice and there are no auditions (however, an ability to read music is definitely a plus)!    There is also no obligation to sing a certain number of services, although some level of commitment to services and rehearsals is obviously expected.

There are also regular opportunities to go and sing in other churches; most recently the choir were invited to join the choir of Shrewsbury Abbey for a joint Evensong.

We are also looking to expand by starting a junior choir that will have less of a regular commitment than the adults but will still be part of the musical life of the church.



Eleanor Harris set up a school in her home in Weston Lullingfields in the early 1700’s.

During her life she established a small estate of farmland and houses including Baschurch School. In her Will which can be seen at the Primary School she left the estate for the benefit of children in the area at that time. 

Nowadays the Trust has a small amount of money, after the estate has been maintained, which is given to Baschurch and Weston Schools to provide some of the things that the Local Education Authority cannot. There may also be small amounts available to other youth groups within the area.

Any youth group interested in applying for a small donation should contact the Rector in late autumn prior to the Trustees’ meeting in early January.




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