All Saints is the parish church of Saint Ives in Cambridgeshire, serving the people of God here since the year 970. As the parish church we have a legal duty to provide care and the services of the church to anyone who is a resident in St Ives. We pray to be visible and generous people of Jesus Christ who acknowledge that everyone is a child of God and deserves to be treated as such regardless of any faith belief or not.
Our principal service on Sunday is The Parish Eucharist at 10:15 but we endeavour to hold a daily Mass as well as Morning Prayer at 09:00 For more information please see our website http://www.stivesparishchurch.org.uk where you should be able to find all relevant information. The present building dates from circa 1470 and is one of only two Grade 1 listed buildings in St Ives, the other being the bridge over the River Ouse.
The parish is in the diocese of Ely and although firmly rooted in the Anglo-Catholic tradition strives to do so in a modern and relaxed style seeking to be inclusive of all people. We produce a bespoke service booklet each week so even if you are coming for the first time the mystique of what happens and why need not be a mystery. We are proud to exist solely to serve the people of this community as their Parish Church and welcome contact from parishioners and visitors alike. We are open every Tuesday and Friday morning when we operate a food bank for our community here in St Ives. However, should you be visiting at other times then it is worth making contact in advance as for security reasons the church is often locked during the day.
We work with our brothers and sisters to witness the love of Christ, here in St Ives, as a member of Churches Together in St Ives