Milton Ernest

All Saints church is at the heart of the village of Milton Ernest - just a short distance from the village hall and lower school. For more information about the church building click here

Our Sunday services

We have a service every Sunday at 9.30am: on 1st and 3rd Sundays we have Holy Communion, and on 2nd and 4th Sundays we have the "Morning Worship", an informal mix of readings, talks, prayers and music. Coffee, tea and biscuits (and sometimes more) are served after the 9.30am Sunday Service.

All children are invited with their parents into our Sunday services, though the Morning Worship services are less formal and children will learn more easily from these. At a future date the Adventurers and Explorers will resume in some form and details will be here.

On every 4th Sunday, we also have a said service of Holy Communion (using the Book of Common Prayer) at 8am.

During the week

There is a service of Evening Prayer every Friday at 4pm, in the church. 

On alternate Wednesdays at 11.30am there is a service of Holy Communion at Milton Ernest Hall Nursing Home (for residents, staff and visitors).

Forthcoming Events


2nd December

 Advent Sunday 09:30 Holy Communion Service


9th December

Advent 2 at 09:30 Morning Worship Service
Sunday16th December

Advent 3 at 09:30 Holy Communion service


23rd DecemberAdvent 4 at 08:00 Holy Communion (BCP)  


23rd December

 Carol Singing at 18:00 in church. Ideal opportunity to get into the mood for Christmas.

  •  With some community as well as choir singing.
  •  With the magnificent candelabra hanging in the middle of the church all lit up.
  •  And enjoy a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie afterwards.


24th December

Christmas eve 18:00 join us for Christingle. Don't forget to bring the children who each will receive a Christingle to remind them and us how it symbolises Jesus Christ coming to the world.

Make a good start into Christmas day and join us at 23:30 to celebrate and remember the birth of Jesus Christ who some 2000 years ago, was born in a stable and became the saviour of the world.


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