Jesus be our Spede

All Saints', Sandon

All Saints’ church, Sandon, Staffordshire, is a lovely Anglican church set in rolling mid- Staffordshire countryside.  It lies off the A51 as it passes through Sandon, south of Stone.   The church is not visible from the road.  Its location can be found on the map available by clicking here.  The views from the churchyard of rural Staffordshire are unsurpassed.  All Saints’, Sandon makes a delightful setting for weddings.

This web site provides a little of the history of the church and other information with regard to it.  It is hoped it will be of  sufficient interest to encourage you to visit All Saints’.

The best way to enjoy All Saints’ is to visit and attend a service.  Services take place each Sunday in the Low church tradition, using the Book of Common Prayer.  All Saints’ is a lovely old country church set beside beautiful parkland.  The congregation is vibrant and welcomes visitors. 

Services are usually held at 11.15 a.m. each Sunday.  All are very welcome.

First Sunday 

Holy Communion

Second Sunday

Holy Communion

Third Sunday

Morning prayer

Fourth Sunday

Holy Communion

From time to time the PCC organises events to support All Saints and its restoration. Details will appear on this site from time to time.

For further information with regard to All Saints’, Sandon, Staffordshire, see this website or contact the Churchwardens.

Mr Wayne Goodwin, 01283 701507

Mr Richard Jarrett, 01785 816851

The site contains information relating to location of the church, a little of its history, something about Sampson Erdeswicke and his tomb, the bells at Sandon, the churchyard, the restoration fund, weddings at Sandon, and hatchments, in particular the fine collection to be see in All Saints’.  In addition there is information as to weddings in Sandon and a gallery of pictures of the church.

It is hoped that this site will answer many of the questions you may have about All Saints’, any queries or other matters can be addressed to one of the Churchwardens.

Let Jesus be our Spede.

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“Jesus be our Spede” is the inscription on the Tenor bell at All Saints’, Sandon, which was cast in 1609.

Copyright All Saints Sandon PCC, Last updated May 2011