All Saints, Brill

The calendar

Sunday, 22 May

11:15 am: Informal worship
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Monday, 23 May

9:00 am: Small Saints baby & toddler group
Brill
11:00 am: Memory Lane Cafe
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Thursday, 26 May

11:00 am: Coffee morning
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In the URC

Monday, 30 May

11:00 am: Memory Lane Cafe
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Sunday, 5 June

12:45 pm: Jubilee Songs of Praise
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Cricket Field

Monday, 6 June

9:00 am: Small Saints baby & toddler group
Brill
11:00 am: Memory Lane Cafe
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Saturday, 11 June

10:00 am: Coffee morning
Brill
In the URC

Sunday, 12 June

4:00 pm: All Age Service
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Monday, 13 June

9:00 am: Small Saints baby & toddler group
Brill
11:00 am: Memory Lane Cafe
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Saturday, 18 June

9:00 am: Brill community market
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In the market, on the Green.

Sunday, 19 June

10:30 am: Holy Communion (BCP)
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Monday, 20 June

9:00 am: Small Saints baby & toddler group
Brill
11:00 am: Memory Lane Cafe
Brill
All Saints Church

Where to find us


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Address:
Church Street, HP18 9RT
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Parish activities

Coffee cupCoffee mornings

Every 2nd Saturday (10am to 12 noon) and 4th Thursday (11am to 12:30pm) in the URC.

Coffee cupBrill Market - the church's coffee stall

Every 3rd Saturday at Brill's Market on The Green, just outside the church.

About the church

All Saints’ Church commands a prominent site in the village. It started life as a royal chapel to the adjacent royal Palace or hunting lodge in the 11th century. The earliest part of the church is the nave, built in the 12th century and over time the Church has been altered to what is seen today.

We have a highly talented adult choir who lead our monthly choral communion service.  The church is used as a venue for occasional services and concerts by Brill C of E school. The church also hosts a variety of concerts during the year.  We have a peal of 6 bells and an active group of ringers. We are lucky to have many volunteers who clean the church, mow some of the grass, arrange flowers etc, who are not necessarily active church goers. Villagers and visitors alike appreciate the fact that we have a policy of keeping the church open during daylight hours.

Churchwardens


Millenium window
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Looking up the nave.