All Saints is situated in the centre of Middlesbrough, a large industrial town in the Tees Valley area in the Archdeaconry of Cleveland.
Parish Safeguarding Statement.
All Saints’ Middlesbrough is proud to be part of the Diocese of York in the Church of England whose Archbishops, Bishops, clergy and leaders are absolutely committed to safeguarding as an integral part of the life and ministry of the church.
Safeguarding means the action the Church takes to promote a safer culture. This means we will promote the welfare of children, young people and adults, work to prevent abuse occurring, seek to protect those that are at risk of being abused and respond well to those who have been abused. We will take care to identify where a person may present a risk to others and offer support to them whilst taking steps to mitigate such risks
The Church of England affirms the “Whole Church” approach to safeguarding. This approach encompasses a commitment to consistent policy and practice across all church bodies, church officers and that everyone associated with the Church who comes into contact with children, young people and adults has a role to play.
The Church will take appropriate steps to maintain a safer environment for all and to practice fully and positively Christ’s Ministry towards children, young people and adults; to respond sensitively and compassionately to their needs in order to help keep them safe from harm.
Although safeguarding is the responsibility of everyone here at All Saints’ Church Middlesbrough Sandra Sheridan is our designated Safeguarding Officer and can be contacted on T. 01642 271298 or mob. no. 07835538594. You can also speak to the parish priest, Fr. Glyn Holland on T. 01642 820304 or leave on e mail via firstname.lastname@example.org
Grounded in the Catholic faith, All Saints offers a daily mass, sometimes twice daily, and the divine office is recited every morning and evening. All Saints is perhaps most well known for its catholic mould, and we continue to faithfully minister to the residents and population of Middlesbrough through the sacraments, and thus encouraging one another to worship God in a beautiful and well-preserved church.
The Church is open to all, welcomes all, and has an exiting, varied, and challenging ministry rooted in the local community.
All Saints has long stood in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England. It maintains that position in its totality. The Parish has passed resolutions A, B & C.
We hope that you enjoy touring our website. The history of the parish and current church activities and service times can be found by clicking in the links above. For those enquiring about weddings and baptisms, links to these two sacraments can be found below.
We look forward to welcoming you to All Saints, Middlesbrough.