Welcome to All Saints Church, Boyne Hill, Maidenhead


We are an Anglican Church, part of the Church of England Diocese of Oxford in the UK. We welcome all to our church whether you would like to come to a service, a course or event, or are interested in our history.


Please explore our website and/or download a "flyer" that gives more information of services and activities here.


Our Vision is:-

To be a welcoming church family, encouraging and supporting people of all ages on their journey to faith and relationship with Jesus; through vibrant Eucharistic worship, supportive small groups and strong community and schools outreach to build a joyful and sustainable future, enabling our community to live and share in the love of God.


About Us

All Saints’ Church, just off the A4 Bath Road to the west of town, was opened in 1857 to serve rural Boyne Hill. The church complex is the most important collection of Grade 1 listed buildings in Maidenhead. You will find a warm welcome from our modern heating system! The worship needs of today are served by a variety of services, each in a distinctive style.

Our main service on Sundays at 10 am, the Parish Eucharist, has a crèche and a lively group for young people of primary school age. More details of services can be found here. Various faith growth courses run throughout the year, which help people to explore the riches of the Christian faith.

Our Priest, Fr Jeremy, went on Sabbatical in 2013, during which he undertook a Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela and also worked in Kenya where he preached at confirmations and participated at the Graduation and Ordination of Jeminah Mkiwa Mgalu on 1st December 2013. All Saints Church have supported Jemimah for three years leading up to her Ordination through our OAK project.

Fr. Jeremy’s blog, of his Sabbatical, can be found here: Fr Jeremy’s Blog


Mission Action Plan

Our Mission Action Plan supports our Vision and can be seen here - if interested please feel free to read and download, feedback would be appreciated.




Sadly the Church needs to be normally locked other than during service times.


Access to the Church can normally be made via the Parish Office during Parish Office opening times.


Arrangements can also normally be made - with prior notice - for group tours of the Church for interested parties.