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Building a Sacred Community

The church and congregation of All Hallows, Tottenham exist to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ to the people of our community, and to call them to a living faith in God through him.  We seek to welcome all people into the family of the Church, irrespective of background, capability or circumstances of life.

As we do this, we seek to grow in our own discipleship of Jesus Christ and to draw others to him, so that we may grow in faith and in number ‘until we reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ’.  Ephesians 4:13

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Committed to Spiritual Enlightenment

All Hallows, Tottenham was founded in 1150 and the oldest parts of the present building are the lower stages of the Tower which date from the early fourteenth century and the columns in the nave. Since the Church was built, there have been constant alterations and additions.

The Medieval church consisted of a tower, nave, aisles and porch. The roof was six bays long. The whole of the present east end and the barrel vault roof of the nave are the work of the Victorian architect William Butterfield who restored the church between 1875-1877.

The Church is built of various materials however the predominant materials are Kentish Rag and Brick.

Since 1544, the parish has been in the gift of the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

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All Hallows celebrates Parish Mass on Sundays at 11am and all are welcome.

On the following Sundays the service starts at 10am and will be conducted by Fr James Hill:

​17th March 2024

12th April 2024

12th May 2024

23rd June 2024

28th July 2024

25th August 2024

22nd September 2024

13th October 2024

24th November 2024

8th December 2024

Our worship of God and our care for each other continues at All Hallows.

"Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength...Love your neighbour as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these." Mark 12: 30-31

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All Hallows Church, Tottenham has received a financial boost from the government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help fund repairs during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Lifeline grants from the Culture Recovery Fund are designed to protect heritage sites and ensure that jobs and access to culture and heritage in local communities are protected during the months ahead. 

All Hallows has been awarded £24,000 for essential construction work which will repair a chimney that is close to collapse. The grant comes at a crucial point because, if left much longer, the chimney could have collapsed causing injury to passers-by, and seriously damaging the church roof. 

Grants of up to £25,000 are being allocated to cherished heritage sites, like All Hallows, across the country to cover urgently needed maintenance and repairs. This vital funding comes from a part of the Culture Recovery Fund called the Heritage Stimulus Fund and is administered on behalf of the government by Historic England. 

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All Hallows has close links to our local school, St Paul's and All Hallows C of E Nursery, Infant and Junior Schools in Park Lane N17. 

The schools are part of the London Diocesan Board of Schools Academies Trust. The vision of The Trust is for excellence and equity for all children in a Christian context.

Our Inspection report says: "Pupils love to be part of this friendly school. They described their teachers as kind and sharing"

St Paull's and All Hallows CofE Infant School OFSTED November 2021: "St Paull's and All Hallows CofE Infant School continues to be a good school."

IN March 2023, OFSTED inspected the Junior School. The OFSTED Report has been published and the Junoir School "continues to be a good school."

For more information about the school's OFSTED Inspections and the Admissions Policy, please visit the school's website

The school can also be contacted on 020 8801 0586

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Maunday Thursday: 28 March 2024

Mass at 7.30pm

Good Friday: 29 March 2024

Mass at 2pm

Easter Day: Sunday 31 March 2024

Mass at 11am

All Hallows keeps parish records from the last 50 years, so from the late 20th Century.

For a building that is almost 900 years old there is a mass of local history to hold, so the vast majority of Church Records are held at the London Metropolitan Archives. For more information please visit

You can also visit the Haringey Archive Service at Bruce Castle Museum, Lordship Lane, N17 8NU which is just across the park from All Hallows.

The earliest monument in All Hallows Churchyard dates from around 1700 however the Churchyard was closed to burials around 1858 when Tottenham Cemetery opened. If you are looking for a family grave please visit

All Hallows has a full peal of eight bells if you are interested in learning to ring them, then please visit

The details of the eight bells, which date from 1696, can be found at Dove's Guide for Church Bell Ringers

The Service Bell was originally the Garrison Bell for the French Army in Quebec and was taken by the British Army to the UK after the Battle of Quebec on 13 September 1759

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Protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults

It is unacceptable that children, young people or vulnerable adults experience abuse at any period in their life. To enable All Hallows to assist in helping those who are experiencing, or have experienced, abuse, the PCC has adopted the following policy:

In accordance with the House of Bishops’ Policy Statements ‘Promoting a Safer Church’ (2017) and ‘Protecting All God’s Children’ (2010) and the Diocesan Safeguarding Policy ‘Promoting a Safer Diocese’ (2018).

All Hallows is committed to:

  • Promoting a safer environment and culture.

  • Safely recruiting and supporting all those with any responsibility related to children, young people and vulnerable adults within the church.

  • Responding promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation.

  • Caring pastorally for victims/survivors of abuse and other affected persons.

  • Caring pastorally for those who are the subject of concerns or allegations of abuse and other affected persons.

  • Responding to those that may pose a present risk to others.

All Hallows will:

  • Create a safe and caring place for everyone

  • Name s church safeguarding officer (CSO) to work with the incumbent and the PCC to implement policy and procedures.

  • Safely recruit, train and support all those with any responsibility for children, young people and adults to have the confidence and skills to recognise and respond to abuse.

  • Ensure that there is appropriate insurance cover for all activities involving children and adults undertaken in the name of the parish.

  • Display in church premises and on the Parish website the details of who to contact if there are safeguarding concerns or support needs.

  • Listen to and take seriously all those who disclose abuse.

  • Take steps to protect children and adults when a safeguarding concern of any kind arises, following House of Bishops guidance, including notifying the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (DSA) and statutory agencies immediately.

  • Offer support to victims/survivors of abuse regardless of the type of abuse, when or where it occurred.

  • Care for and monitor any member of the church community who may pose a risk to children and adults whilst maintaining appropriate confidentiality and the safety of all parties.

  • Ensure that health and safety policy, procedures and risk assessments are in place and that these are reviewed annually.

  • Review the implementation of the Safeguarding Policy, Procedures and Practices annually.

Each person who works within All Hallows will abide by the established guidelines and this policy.

The Parish Safeguarding Officer is Czerina Gibson-Matthew, who can be contacted at church or by email here 

The Parish Children's Officer is John Laverick. He can be contacted at church or by email here 

If you have any concerns over safeguarding or other questions, please contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Team at local rate on 020 7932 1224 or by the following this link 

The NSPCC Helpline can be contacted free of charge on 0808 800 5000 or by email

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Please call The Priory on 020 8808 2470 at All Hallows and leave a voicemail for non-urgent queries. We will call you back.

To arrange baptisms, weddings or funerals contact us by email.

If you would like to arrange a visit or have any other questions also contact us by email.

If visiting by public transport, the nearest Bus Routes are 243 and 318 that stop near Bruce Castle Park. You may also consider Routes W3 and 231 that stop in, or near, White Hart Lane while Routes 149, 259, 279, and 359 stop outside Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The closest Overground stations are Bruce Grove or White Hart Lane while Seven Sisters is the nearest Underground station.

Those using the app what3words, please enter 'rugs.entry.brief'

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