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This Wednesday 23rd @ 9.30am and Sunday 25th @ 10.00am Holy Communion - Open Church & Streamed. 

Sunday Evensong -  6.30pm Streamed Only

Follow this link to the Webpage for videos and service booklets...

During the Covid-19 restrictions please contact us via - 

01977 600207

or e-mail to wattycm@me.com

Parish Safeguarding Information

 The PCC of All Saints Parish Church, Pontefract have adopted the principles and guidance of the House Of Bishops 'Promoting a Safer Church - Safeguarding Policy  Statement for Children, Young People and Adults' This link will take you directly to our Parish Safeguarding Pages information regarding contact details nationally.

Quick-Link to our Safeguarding Page...


Sunday Services

10.00am - Holy Communion

6.30pm - Evensong 

6.30pm first Sunday of the Month - Holy Communion

Weekday Services

Wednesdays - 9.30am Holy Communion



God of compassion,
be close to those who are ill, afraid or in isolation.
In their loneliness, be their consolation;
in their anxiety, be their hope;
in their darkness, be their light;
through him who suffered alone on the cross,
but reigns with you in glory,
Jesus Christ our Lord.

All Saints Parish Church, Pontefract

'To provide Living Proof of a Loving God to a Watching World'


This Sunday 25th. October @ 10.00am 

Holy Communion led by

The Rt. Revd. Tony Robinson, Bishop of Wakefield


The Admission & Licensing

of Jackie as our Reader at All Saints and for the Pontefract Benefice



All Saints is now open for Public Worship 10.00am Sundays and 9.30am on Wednesdays. 

Please note that we will be keeping a record of attendees to comply with the 'Test, Track and Trace' process. This information (your name and a contact number) will not leave our premises and will be kept under strict Data-Protection control and will only ever be passed on to the Track & Trace system if necessary. Records will not be kept beyond the end of the following month, and will not be used for any other purpose or passed to any other party than Track & Trace if requested.


NB. - In the light of current advice from Government, the Church of England and Medical Science, we strongly recommend that whilst within the confines of the Church Buildings Face Coverings are worn. This is to help with the safety of everyone in the building.


Our services will be Streamed as usual on Sundays and Wednesdays so that anyone who cannot or is not yet ready to come back to church will be able to join with us in our Worship

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More details may be found by following this link to our 'Information & Precautions' page, which includes contact details and etc.

Further general advice on how to protect yourself and others can be found HERE

 Building open around service times. For other times please contact us

Working towards becoming a Dementia Friendly Parish

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Situated in South Baileygate, under the shadow of the once great Pontefract Castle, All Saints Church stands as a living memorial to those who, down the ages and in many different ways have Worshipped and supported the Work of God in our town.

A place of worship since at least c.1300AD, All Saints has survived not only the destructive bombardments of multiple Castle Sieges during the Civil War, but also the many social upheavals of the last 700 or so years.

It is still very much alive and active today, both Spiritually and as a local landmark of significant historical interest. It is the Worship Centre for a community of Christians from Pontefract and the surrounding area who come to  share fellowship with each other in communion with God and to sing His Praise and Worship Him in and through our lives.


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