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I lived in the Kingston area for many years and hardly ever went in this church.
Now, as very occasional visitors to Kingston, we make a point of coming to All Saints to appreciate the history and architecture and tranquil atmosphere during the hustle and...More
As the site of the coronation of several kings, and the Regimental War Memorial of the East Surrey Regiment, All Saints Church is not the building you expect, We are used to visiting cathedrals and old church buildings in this country and abroad, but we...More
Not at all what I expected. The pews have been taken out and replaced with flexible wooden folding chairs. Almost a third is used for a coffee area and is a brilliant example of a church staying relevant. Apparently it can be hired for functions....More
Such a beautiful, tranquil church. It’s a lovely place to have a cup of tea, coffee or snack. Plus, there’s a little play area for young children. A perfect place to recharge parents batteries while keeping little ones entertained for a little while. And right...More
All Saints in Kingston is a stunning church with its origins dating back to mediaevil times. The church is right in the middle of Kingston town centre and features some amazing stone work both inside and outside of the church.
I love this church. Not only is the atmosphere in tranquil but it has a fantastic little coffee/ eating area with a great space for children to play in. I also love the way they use the internal space so well for concerts.
Went in here with a few friends whilst in the city centre and was surprised at the size of the Church inside and the lovely stained glass windows that are definitely worth a look when in the city
There is also a cafe/restaurant in the...More