Welcome to All Hallows, Mitton

This wonderful medieval Church has been a place of worship since 1270 and is still active and welcoming to all today.  

We have several events organised over the summer months. Click on the link on the left to find out more. 

Please find out more about us by clicking through the pages on this website, including details about our support for same sex couples which you can find on the page entitled "Living in Love and Faith". 

A copy of our Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31st Dec 2023 can be found by clicking on the link to the left. 

On Sunday 7th April we celebrated the 90th Birthday of Sheila Hartley. Sheila and her family have been life long parishioners and Sheila regularly attends our Sunday services. Sheila is pictured below with her usual sunny smile. 

Sheila Hartley celebrates her 90th Birthday

We want to do more in terms of Caring for God's Creation and for the past couple of years we have been keen to develop ideas and practices to better manage our building and churchyard for the benefit of the environment and nature. We are delighted that our efforts have been rewarded as All Hallows has been awarded the A Rocha SILVER ECO CHURCH Award.  Please check out our Caring For Creation page on this website for more information about this and the work we are doing. If you have any ideas or comments please email us by clicking here. 

 Our church is now open every day and we are delighted to welcome visitors to our Church.  

To keep in touch with what is going on within our church community  please sign-up to receive our e-Bulletin by clicking on the link at the side of this page. 

External View of All Hallows church

Revd. Canon Brian McConkey (pictured below) 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.

Revd. Canon Brian McConkey