Thank you for visiting our website.  You are very welcome to visit our church.

All Saints’ exists to connect people with God and with one another. We love our local church and are praying that people will find their way to us, and, when they are ready, decide to make All Saints their church home.

One of the reasons this website exists is to provide you with all the necessary information and resources to get to know and experience our church and its people for yourself.

If and when you decide to come to one of our services, it would be great if you could arrive a few minutes early so we can say hello and welcome you to our church. It would be fantastic to see you.

On the first Sunday of each month we stay for a short while after the service for a coffee and a few biscuits. It’s a quick opportunity for you to ask any questions, say hello or just enjoy the calm of the church with a coffee and a friendly face.

What to expect:

What is the style of your worship service?

We are a traditional Anglican church. The service includes hymns, a sermon, Holy Communion and prayer, plus shared friendship and faith.

What should I wear?

Just wear what you would normally wear. There is no need to dress up for the occasion unless you want to. Many of the young mums wear jeans; some members of the congregation wear ties. It’s entirely up to you. A coat, however, in the winter is handy as it is a big old church and we want you to keep warm.

What do I do when I get there?

You will normally be greeted at the door and given an order of service which takes you through the service from start to end. It suggests when you might want to stand, sit or kneel, if you are able to. If you normally receive communion in your own church, you are welcome to do so here. Otherwise you may come up to receive a blessing. We are able to provide a gluten free wafer if you need one. Everyone here is friendly and eager to make you feel comfortable, so if you are unsure about anything, just ask.

How do I get there?

We are located on Gabalfa Road in Llandaff North directly opposite Glantaf School. The number 24 bus stops by the roundabout just after Llandaff Bridge which is a one minute walk from the church.

Can I bring my children?

Children are very welcome in all our services.  The 10.00am Sunday Service has a Sunday School which runs in tandem with the service. The children and any parents who have stayed with them join the service just before Holy Communion and stay in church until the end.

What if I still have questions?

Please contact the vicar using the link below. She will be more than happy to talk to you.

We would be delighted to see you.

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