All Saints’ ChurcH Hartford

All Saints’ Church Hartford

The Hollow

Hartford, Huntingdon. PE29 1XP


Revd Geoff Boucher


on 01480 461846

The Church by the River

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Rev Geoff Boucher

 Rector of All Saints’ Church, Hartford

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Welcome to All Saints’ Church, Hartford

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Rev Brian Atling

Dr. Ron Baxter of The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture visited our church on 28th September 2016 to photograph the nave arcades which he has now uploaded to their website. Do please visit the site and learn a great deal more.

Nativity 2017 Debt Problems? click here

All Saints Hartford - Mission Giving 2017

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Please note our  branch of the Mothers' Union has  been dissolved due to lack of membership.

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We are a local church, learning and growing together, rooted in God's love and bound up with the life of our community in all sorts of everyday ways. Our mission is to reach the community with God's love - leading people towards the compassion and forgiveness of Christ, and so to be found by Him and respond to His love through the life and worship of their Parish Church.

The Parish Church of All Saints' Hartford was originally built in 1180, on the site of a Roman watch tower, in its picturesque setting on the banks of the River Ouse. The walls are of pebble and stone rubble with stone dressings, and tiled roofs. Much rebuilding has been done especially in 1861 and 1895. Christian worship in the village can be traced back even earlier to 1086, when the Domesday Book records a simple wooden church, which was probably situated in the old vicarage garden. A further extension was completed in 2003 to add reception and heating facilities at the church.

                                                                                Geoff Boucher