THE PARISH CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS', CHEADLE HULME



Enter into his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise”







Welcome to the website of the Parish Church of All Saints', Cheadle Hulme in the Diocese of Chester.

Consecrated in 1863, All Saints is the original parish church of Cheadle Hulme, a suburban area 10 miles south of Manchester and 3 mile south-west of the centre of Stockport. It is now one of three Anglican churches in Cheadle Hulme, the others being St Andrews and Emmanuel. The church is located just off the A5149 approximately half a mile south of the centre of Cheadle Hulme on the corner of Church Road and Hill Top Avenue.

Major building work was carried out in 2003 involving the addition of a new vestry, meeting room, kitchen, flower room, toilets and a ramped access. At the same time the interior of the church was reordered to facilitate a nave altar.

Whether you are a regular visitor or looking for information about All Saints' for the first time, we hope you find our website both informative and interesting.

Please click on any link on the left hand side to explore the website – but may we suggest that you start on the WELCOME page and meet our vicar, Janet?

Thank you for visiting our website.