All Saints’ Church

Springfield, Chelmsford

A friendly, welcoming church for everyone
in the heart of the community



Updated 09/10/2020

If you would like to donate money to the FoodBank you can donate online here.

Thanks to the generosity of the people of Chelmsford the Foodbank is relatively well stocked with food at present so we will not be having a food collection at All Saints' this year.  However if you would like to donate food here is a list of their Most Needed Items and you can either:

  • on Fridays 9.30 - 11.30 am take your food gifts to the collection at Beaulieu Community Centre, Beaulieu Square, Chelmsford CM1 6AU
  • or take your food gifts to the Foodbank Warehouse, 450A Beehive Lane, Chelmsford CM2 8RN (there is a box outside where you can leave donations if the warehouse is closed).

Online 'Christianity Explored' Course has started

Updated 09/10/2020

Revd Simon Pearce is leading the online Christianity Explored course, which started on Wednesday 30th September. If you are interested or would like to find out more get in touch with Simon, 07544 126990,

Christianity Explored is a relaxed and informal way of finding out more about the life of Jesus Christ. The course is open to everyone whether you want to discover more about the Christian faith or would like to refresh and grow the faith you already have as a follower of Jesus. If you are interested in being Baptised or Confirmed the course provides an ideal preparation. The course will be held via Zoom starting at 7.30 pm on the following dates:

  • Wednesday 14th October
  • Wednesday 21st October
  • Wednesday 4th November
  • Wednesday 11th November
  • Wednesday 18th November

Where to find the latest News from All Saints' Springfield

Updated 26/03/2020

  • On Facebook
  • In the Weekly Sheet which you can download from the Home page
  • In the monthly magazine in touch which you can download from the Home page
  • On this website

Staying in Touch with All Saints' Springfield

Updated 26/03/2020

Under data protection legislation, we need your permission to contact you. If you would like to receive information from time to time about All Saints' news, events, activities, initiatives and/or services which we think would interest you, please complete a Staying in Touch form (PDF or Word format) and return it to our Data Controller David Gauld by email to or by post to the address given on the form. 

The ways that we use your contact details and keep them safe, and your rights concerning any personal data that we hold about you, are fully explained on the 'More About Us' page under the heading Data Protection.