Details of our regular service times can be found here.
Our aspirations to put faith into action by service to the community.
Useful links and introducing the members of our Parochial Church Council.
All Saints Groups and Organisations, details of what’s on this month.
Latest notices and this month’s service times.
Latest news from All Saints and our current fund raising total.
Information about our sister church St James.
Recent history of the parish and the old church building.
How to find us: Maps, local street details and directions.
Address, telephone and email contact details for getting in touch.
All Saints is a FAIRTRADE Church
We are committed to using Fairtrade tea and coffee and promoting FAIRTRADE and TRADE JUSTICE wherever possible. Look for this Mark on Fairtrade products.
The Parish of Kirklees Valley was created in May 2009, by uniting the parishes of St. James, Woolfold and All Saints, Elton.
The name Kirklees is taken from the valley between Tottington Road and Brandlesholme Road, what used to divide the parishes now unites us. Each were well established, St. James since 1928 and All Saints since 1843.
There are two parish churches, St. James is the original building and a recent major refurbishment gives it flexibility. All Saints is now served by a new building, consecrated in June 2008.
Responsibility for the churchyard (which is still open) lies with the parish.
TOGETHER LET'S LIGHT UP LIVES FROM MONDAY 30TH NOVEMBER 2020
The Community Festival Group normally hold a festival in September. Our last Scarecrow Festival and Family Fun Day were held in 2018. We switched to holding events biennially a few years ago so 2020 should have seen another festival.
This year, if ever there was a time when God would want a Light, Hopes and Dreams for the Future festival it is 2020!
So will you please join us in prayer, faith and action? More here
The Parish of Kirklees Valley is committed to safeguarding all people - further information about safeguarding can be found here.
The Friends of All Saints Churchyard is a group which works for the future maintenance and improvement of the old churchyard.
If you want to know more about the Friends of All Saints Churchyard and how you could become involved then further information is available here.
Total raised to date: £4,378
The Pennies From Heaven appeal is a fund raising initiative where we are asking friends, family and neighbours to help by setting aside any loose change to help with the upkeep of the church. Thanks to all for your continuing support!