Art and Architecture
All Saints' is itself a work of art in that the building and most of its furnishings represent the work of one artist, the architect Temple Moore, and form a complete whole of one creation.
From the early days of the church the most notable works are probably the striking reredos by Mary Temple Moore, the font by Temple Moore himself, and the Stained Glass. Later generations have enriched the building still further, mainly under the leadership of Keith Walker who was vicar here from 1981 to 1987. Amongst the individual works of art at All Saints' added, during this time, attention might be brought to the Great West Window and 'Angel' Windows by Cecil Collins, the Head of Christ by Elisabeth Frink, and the icon by Edith Reyntiens. In 1999 All Saints' commissioned an “Artist in Residence” to work with the local and church community to create over one hundred angels for the millennium.