We are a small church offering you a big welcome. Please come and visit us! In these
pages you will discover who we are, when we meet and what is on offer at All Saints'.
Welcome to our web site!
Our beautiful and historic church is situated in a lovely rural location. It is the
venue for a warm welcome, enriching worship, informed teaching and close friendships.
We hope, soon, to welcome you through the doors of All Saints' Church.
Finding Your Way.
Our Church is very easy to find, it is situated on Church Lane, Liverpool Road West,
Stoke-on-Trent, ST7 3DE. To make it even easier simply click on this link >>> to
I know it’s almost summer – so let’s call it a late Spring-Clean of our Churchyard. The
sun is shining, the grass is growing and we need to get things neat and tidy. All
Saints' Churchyard has been a place of Christian burial for nearly 900 years. It
is a very special and peaceful place and I know we all want to keep it that way.
Just this morning I received a message from someone saying how much they loved our
churchyard: “what a beautiful church, and what a superb rural location”. We all
have a part to play to make sure our churchyard is fit and honouring to all who are
In our Spring Clean we are going to work towards making our churchyard tidier and
in line with the guidelines we all signed up to:
Spring and autumn bulbs on a grave are fine – as long as they are next to the headstone.
Remember that the leaves and flowers may be mown in the ordinary course of churchyard
Anything getting in the way of the mower will be MOVED out of the way – or removed.
Flowers arranged in metal or stone vases should be placed on the memorial plinth
or in a sunken container CLOSE to the headstone so as not to impede a mower.
The surrounding trees and verges are not places for additional monuments and shrines
to be placed.
Over the weeks we will be making sure our churchyard is abiding by these rules, so
you may find things being tidied away or moved to allow mowing. I know this is a
subject that can raise strong emotions, and I am sorry if the spring-clean is upsetting
to you. However we do need to work together to make sure the churchyard remains
a special place, that is honouring to God and to our loved ones who are buried there.