The principal service in both parishes is the Eucharist, making use of modern (Common Worship) material. Worship is inclusive, accessible, concise, and children are always welcome.

Play provision is made for children during worship in both churches.

There is good disabled access and an induction loop system at both Churches.

We try to allow for the whole Church Family to worship together with an age-range of one year to 90+. Some members are recent arrivals; others have been worshipping here for over 70 years.

Our two churches work together whenever possible and on occasions have a combined benifice service in one church only. Such an occasion is Palm Sunday when we also have a procession along the route of the old Stourport railway branch line from one church to the other for a combined service for both parishes.
Details will be found on our weekly news sheet

Services at St. Michael and All Angels.

Sunday 10:00 - Family Sung Eucharist.

Wednesday 10:00 - Said Eucharist.

Services at All Saints.

Sunday 10:30am - Family Service.

All Saints is next to Wilden Church of England School and a close relation between Church and School has existed for many years.

Details of the Burne-Jones windows at All Saints and the open days are contained in our All Saints History pages.

Both Parishes

Please visit our "Calendar" page for further details and events.

Heard of MESSY CHURCH?. Vist our Young People and Famiies Page.

Home Communion is available to those who are unable to get to church.

From time to time, special Sunday services are planned in both churches, incorporating work prepared by the children and featuring seasonal projects.

Contact arrangements can be found on our "People & Contact us" page.

A number of regular activities take place in both Parishes and details can be found on our "Activities" page.

Please visit the rest of our site and discover the life of our two Churches