All Saints church is currently closed to the general public, however the grounds surrounding the church remain open to all visitors. We are always happy to arrange church visits on request, including both vehicle and pedestrian access to the grounds and visitor access to the church itself. Please contact us for further information.
“Temporarily restricting public access to our beautiful church was not a decision taken lightly, however a short closure while our team address security and antisocial behaviour concerns in the area is an essential step towards our goal of transforming All Saints in to a thriving community hub, and a safe and comfortable place to visit. We are working very closely with Brentwood Borough Council, Essex Parks, Essex County Council and Essex Police, and are making excellent progress.. we have plans in place to fully reopen to the general public in late 2022.”Head of Security, Friends of All Saints Volunteering Team
Vehicle parking at All Saints
Parking at All Saints is currently limited. Car parking is available at Thorndon South Country Park, which is a two minute walk from All Saints. Please note that the Country Park operates a strict Pay & Display policy, so please ensure you purchase a parking ticket (ticket machines are available in the car park) upon arrival.
We politely request that visitors refrain from parking at the All Saints entrance gate without prior permission, as this gate is frequently used by fellow land owners, our security team and the emergency services. If you wish to park at the gate for the duration of your visit, please contact us and we can issue your vehicle a temporary parking permit (free of charge).
Brentwood Road is regularly patrolled by the parking and enforcement teams, and vehicles parked on the double-yellow lines are liable for a parking fine. Blue Badge holders are permitted to park on the double-yellow lines in Brentwood Road.