Welcome to All Hallows, Mitton

This wonderful medieval church has been a place of worship since 1270 to the present day.

Please find out more about us by clicking through the pages on this website. 

COVID-19 Update: 

Although COVID restrictions are lifted from 19th July we will continue to observe some restrictions during our Sunday services to ensure that all attending feel comfortable. The Vicar, Churchwardens and PCC will keep the situation under review and hope that further easing of restrictions will continue in the coming weeks. However, our church is now open every day and we are delighted to welcome visitors to our Church. 

Details of our current arrangements can be found here. 

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External View of All Hallows church

Revd. Canon Brian McConkey was inducted as the vicar of All Hallows in  April 2017.

This also signalled the start of our new Pastoral Benefice with  St Wilfrid's Ribchester and  St John, the Evangelist, Hurst Green. All Hallows and St John's have been a joint Benefice for a number of years but the joining of the three parishes was an exciting new chapter for us all.

We held a farewell service for Revd. Karen Herschell on Sunday 16th May 2021 as she prepared to leave our parishes to take up her first incumbent role for the Mellor, Balderstone and Samlesbury parishes. Karen joined us in July 2018 and it has been a delight and a blessing to have us with us for nearly three years. She will be greatly missed and we are very pleased that she will continue to be a close neighbour to us. Click here to read the prayer for all at All Hallows, which Karen gave to us at the end of the service. 

As you see from the photos below, social distancing was observed!

Jane, our Churchwarden, leads the farewell to Revd. KarenRevd. Canon Brian McConkey and Revd Karen