• Kingdom Quest Holiday Club

    We will spend the week thinking about what God’s kingdom is really like through stories, games, craft, chat and lots of fun! Open to Knights and Princesses who are primary school age.

  • Has Science Buried God?

    You can listen to a recording of Dr Denis Alexander, Emeritus Director of the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion at St Edmund’s College, Cambridge University as he speaks on the relationship between scientific advancement and a belief in God.


All Saints Church is at the heart of the vibrant village of Trull on the outskirts of Taunton. We are committed to being a welcoming and vibrant all-age community where people of all stages of faith can discover and grow relationship with Jesus Christ. We have a passion for bible teaching, worship in a variety of styles, and a deep desire to serve and reach out to our village community and to the people we spend time with day by day across Taunton. We really look forward to welcoming you.


  Weekly Sermon Recordings You can listen to the latest sermon on-line below, or subscribe to the All Saints Trull Sermon Podcast for free and stay up to date with the latest sermons and talks direct to your device. Click here to subscribe to this Podcast in iTunes   Title Date Speaker Reading Jesus’ Rules 26th June 2016 Rev Mark Close Matthew 12:1-14 Challenge & Comfort 19th June 2016 Rev John Reed Matthew 11:20-30 Opposition to Jesus’ Mission 5th June 2016 Rev Adrian Youings Matthew 10:17-42 Jesus’ New Team 29th May 2016 Sam Upham Matthew 9:35-10:16 New Life from Jesus 22nd May 2016- Five30 Sam Upham

Weddings & Baptisms

Weddings If you are thinking about being married at All Saints then we will do our best to make your wedding day memorable for you, your family and your friends. This will be a very exciting time for both of you with many things to think about and plan. However, it is sensible to start with location and date, so your first question is likely to be: Can we get married at All Saints? The rector has a legal duty to be satisfied that you can lawfully marry in the parish before any arrangements can be fixed. To make this process as quick and simple