The Celtic Stone
One of the
Trent & Derwent Parishes
Who are we?
Welcome, and thank you for visiting All Saints', Aston on Trent online. There has been a Church in Aston for about 1350 years. Our beautiful, ancient Parish Church and our modern, well-equipped Heritage Centre are the focal point of the life of a community of Christian people, who seek to offer worship and prayer and serve the local parish in the name of Jesus. Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or drop by for a visit. We would love to meet you, no matter what your own faith background might be.
All Saints', Aston on Trent is a Parish
within the Church of England. We are part of the Diocese of Derby and, together with six other local parishes, are part of a group called the Trent and Derwent Parish Churches. Our Rector, the Rev'd Tony Luke, and his Ministry Team also serve the parishes of Weston on Trent, Elvaston, Shardlow, Swarkestone, Barrow upon Trent and Twyford.
The Wednesday Hub
Every Wednesday at 10.30 am in the Heritage Centre
Our church offers a traditional setting for your most sacred celebration. Please visit the Weddings page and contact us if you would like to discuss the possibility of being married at All Saints.
The Sunday Morning service is at 10.30 am.
On the 1st & 3rd Sundays it is Family Worship.
On the 2nd & 4th Sundays it is Family Communion.
On the 1st Sunday in the month there is a service of Evensong at 6.30 pm.
On the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays in the month there is Holy Communion at 9.30 am.
There is a service of Compline (Night Prayer) every Wednesday at 6.45 pm.
All public worship is suspended until further notice.
There is a video service on our
On Stream Worship page.
If you have a safeguarding concern, please click on the link below to access Diocesan procedures:
Click below for this month's edition of our magazine:
Is available for private or group bookings. See the Heritage Centre page for details.
Message from Tony
Aston on Trent is an incredibly vibrant community for its size and we believe that a Parish Church should do "what it says on the tin," that is to say, be a vital part of that community. Our church building is now open during daylight hours for people to drop by for a quiet moment in a busy day; our splendid new Heritage Centre offers a welcoming, ambient setting for groups from within and beyond the village to use; and our worship seeks to embrace and include everybody in the name of Jesus.
I am so glad that you have visited our website. Why not visit us in person; we would love to meet you.