All Saints' Church, Stock, Essex (parish of Stock Harvard)

All Saints' Church is the parish church of Stock Harvard, in the village of Stock. This ancient building is Grade 1 listed and sits beside a large graveyard, a garden of remembrance and a glebe - which is a field used for the midsummer weekend dinner dance, flower festival and fete that is one of the biggest events in the village calendar (more details below). Please see the neighbouring introduction from Fr Stephen Need concerning our worship. And click here to find us.

2017 FLOWER FESTIVAL
Thank you to all who supported us, and those volunteers who worked so hard in the heat. It was fantastic to see the crowds enjoying the shade to watch the children's displays. See the PHOTOS HERE.

Weekly Service Times

Sundays
8am Said Mass
11am Solemn Mass with choir
6pm Evening Service

Most Wednesdays
10am Said Mass

On major festivals there will often be additional masses. The order for mass generally follows Common Worship Order One.

Introduction from Fr Stephen Need

The first written evidence of the existence of a church in Stock is in 1232, and it is reasonable to suppose that a church, consisting of a nave and a chancel, was erected here in the early Norman period.

The building, and the generations of Christians that have worshipped here for hundreds of years, witness to the timeless truths of the Gospel. Christ is as present with us today as he was present when All Saints was first built and the villagers first worshipped within its hallowed walls.

Stock is a village about a mile north of Billericay and 6 miles south of Chelmsford. It used to be called Stock Harvard and the ecclesiastical parish is still known by that name.

All Saints is the village parish church where Christians of different backgrounds from the village and surrounding area come together in the company of all the saints to worship the living God.

We stand within the catholic tradition of the Church of England, and at the heart of our life is the celebration of the Mass. Sunday by Sunday, and during the week, we gather to do what our Lord commanded us, to receive the body and blood of Christ in Holy Communion and to hear God speak to us through the Scriptures.

As members of his Church we all seek to follow Jesus, through whom we can enjoy a living relationship with God.

If you would like to find out more about us or to discover more about the Christian faith then please get in touch, or come and visit us.

Fr Stephen Need
01277 840442

* Please contact Fr Stephen for any information on weddings, funerals and baptisms.