All Saints is a modern Anglican parish church situated in the secluded residential area of St Leonard's & St Ives, close to the attractive market town of Ringwood.

Our purpose is to provide a broad-based variety of worship that glorifies God and portrays Christianity in a manner that is both relevant and appealing to people. We seek an inclusive approach to provide a focal point of worship and welcome for everyone, of all ages, whether regular church-goers or not.

Our values

Service to Others
  • Service to Others

  • All Saints Parish Church offers Worship and other church services and has built strong relationships with other ministers.

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Good Citizenship
  • Good Citizenship

  • The church has a strong community of people and groups dedicated to helping others and learning about God.

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Lifelong Learning
  • Lifelong Learning

  • Our Alpha Courses give everyone the opportunity to ask questions about the meaning of  life in a friendly environment.

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Strengthening Families
  • Strengthening Families

  • Messy Church is for families to learn about Christ through creativity and hospitality. Lots of fun for all and very social.

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Vicar News

  • procession

    procession

    After the Ringwood Service

    After the Ringwood Service

    Churchwardens

    Churchwardens

    Induction of new clergy

    New clergy with the
    Bishop, churchwardens and New Forest West MP

    Clergy at the All Saints Service

    All Saints Choir

    All Saints Choir

     

    Saturday 7th October saw the culmination of many months of planning for the celebrations of the new Benefice, and the induction and licensing of clergy within this new Benefice.

    We at All Saints provided a light breakfast in the centre, before a Holy Communion service in Church, which was led by the Archdeacon Peter Rouch, and the Area Dean Gary Philbrick, and attended by over 60 people.

    Later, services were held in Ringwood, Breamore and Hyde churches to mark a new chapter in the Ministry of God’s work in this area.

Testimonials

What's On

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  • Church Christmas Bazaar

  • Our Christmas Bazaar this year will be held on Saturday December 2nd, in the afternoon. We would love to see lots of people come along to share the spirit of Christmas with us, lots of stalls, refreshments, and things for the children. Come along and join in the fun.
Every week
  • Sacred Space

  •   As part of our preparations for Christmas, Sacred Space starts again this Advent. Starting on Thursday 30th November at 5pm (for twenty minutes) it will continue on each successive Thursday until 21st December. All are welcome. For any inquiries please contact Andrea Emblin 01425 ... [read more]
Every month
  • Amplify....a contemporary worship service

  • Amplify A new year and an additional new Sunday evening service has begun here at All Saints for the ‘young at heart’. The new format informal service is held monthly, on the first Sunday. The contemporary worship is aimed at those who seek God through modern songs of praise; includes time... [read more]
Every week
  • Coffee Morning

  • We are trying to promote our coffee corner. Please do come along and bring a friend or neighbour as we know that there are many folks who don't have any contact with another human being from one week too the next. Loneliness is one of our biggest and well hidden secrets these days.
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Further reading

    • Operation Christmas Child 2017

    • Operation Christmas Child 2017 This is just to say thankyou to all those people who helped in any way with our Christmas boxes this year. They were all collected this morning (Wednesday 15th) and the grand total was 113 boxes and £125.00 towards the cost of the transport of them, which is a fanta... [read more]
    • Ruth's Licensing at Winchester Cathedral

    • Seven people from across the diocese, including our own Ruth Freeman, were licensed as Lay Ministers on Saturday October 14th at Winchester Cathedral. It was a beautiful service, attended by many of us from St Leonards & St Ives, who travelled up in a coach to support ... [read more]
    • Letter from Jude

    • Rev. Graeme's ordination:  It was so lovely to see some of you again at Graeme's ordination service last Sunday and for me to be back in clericals again exactly a year after I left you to go to France.  It was especially important to both myself and Graeme for me to be there for the occasion and to ... [read more]
    • Graeme's ordination

    • Sunday July 2nd was a special day in the life of our church, when Graeme was ordained as a deacon at Winchester Cathedral. A coach went from the church, leaving early enough to get us to Winchester in good time so that we were able to take the short stroll to the cathedral, and be among t... [read more]
 
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