Origins of Small Heath Parish

All Saints Church serves the Parish of Small Heath since 1992 when four Parishes were amalgamated.

In the last quarter of the nineteenth century, the area which includes the present parish became substantially urbanised outwards from the city centre through Digbeth. More...

High Altar

Then and now...a short history

Parish of Small Heath - Origins
St. Aidans 1861 - 1909
St. Aidans 1910 - 1969
Small Heath Parish 1970 - 1992
Small Heath Parish 1993 - 2002
For more recent history, please see our Facebook page

Patron Saints

Patron Saints are adopted by churches for their special dedication. The selected saint becomes thus a heavenly protector for whose intercession before the throne of grace we pray.The saints remembered and adopted by All Saints Church are St.Andrew, St. Aiden, St. Gregory and St. Oswald.
Saints each have a day in the calendar and dedicated churches observe their saints day as patronal fesitivals. Please visit our patronal saints page for some information about our patron saints.

About All Saints Church

The primary vocation of our church is to engage fully with the whole of the parish, regardless of race, creed or inclination.

Connections ...

Church of England logo We are a church of The Church of England, visit the CofE's web site by clicking the logo.

Church of England logo We are in the Diocese of Birmingham, visit the Diocese of Birmingham's web site by clicking the image.

The See of Ebsfleet logo

The parish receives alternative episcopal oversight from the Bishop of Ebbsfleet, visit The See of Ebbsfleet by clicking the logo.