The present church was built in 1846, but the parish of All Saint's was established in 1642 when Dr. Thomas Gerard, a Roman Catholic, built a "chapel of ease" for his Anglican wife, so that she had a place to worship.
Meeting and Event Facilities
The Parish Hall, just about a mile from the church on the same road, is a lovely reception venue. The Hall also can hold 150 people and has two potential private dressing areas for the bridal party. AV set up with custom made acoustic panels is available. The recent renovation included a three-zone climate system and new furnishings for your guests' comfort. Caterers are welcomed in staging your event and providing food and beverages for your guests. The Hall features an open setting with a high ceiling that reveals its antique oval windows. You will enjoy decorating this beautiful hall to reflect your tastes and personality. Rental rates are modest.