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The Parish Church of All Saints

All Saints' church is believed to have its origins in Saxon times.   In the early 12th century the church is recorded as having been transsferred to the local Sandwell Priory until the Priory's closure in the mid-15th century.  The church then continued as the  parish church of the 'Ancient Parish of West Bromwich' .

The present church building is largely Victorian in origin and seats comfortably around 200+ people.  The church offers full access to the disabled community, and a loop system is in place. 

Despite many alterations and additions over the years, the church remains a beautiful and peaceful place of worship.  The Church is open daily during the week between 9.30 a.m. and 12.00 noon, and visitors are welcome.