Kings Langley has a long and royal history, listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Langelei, and there has been a church on this site since at least 1299 when Edward I worshipped here. It houses the historic tomb of the first Duke of York.
The Friends of All Saints is a non religious village community group working to raise money to maintain and preserve the fabric of this historic building. Today, we join the hundreds of people before us who were dedicated to maintaining this sacred building for the generations ahead.
To join The Friends of All Saints, please submit the membership form below, or print off a form HERE to complete and send to us.
The Friends of All Saints is a registered charity, number: 299563
We need your help
Please become a Friend of All Saints and pledge a regular financial contribution to help maintain, repair, restore and improve this beautiful building, in parts now over 800 years old.
The Friends organise fundraising events and invite donations either in the form of outright gifts or by regular giving by standing order. Recent donations have helped fund repairs to the nave floor, a new heating system, emergency roof repairs, and disabled toilet facilities
By keeping our church in good condition and safe for all visitors and worshippers we can ensure the ongoing provision of our essential services, from weekly services and major religious celebrations such as Christmas and Easter, to christenings, weddings and funerals.
As a member of FOAS you will receive invitations to our regular fundraising events, and updates on our work. More importantly, you will be playing a valuable part in the community, helping to keep the fabric of the church safe, attractive and operational.
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By post: FOAS secretary, c/o 2 Beechfield, Kings Langley WD4 8EF
On Facebook: @friendsofallsaintskl