Previously known as 'All hallows' All Saints' Church dates from the 11th century and probably replaced an earlier wooden building. It was restored during 1858 to 1865 by William Butterfield. The 75 foot tower is 13th century and has 6 bells which are still in use, and a clock dated 1882. It is surrounded by a churchyard which is still open to new burials, contains a war memorial and at the east end has a recently built memorial garden.
A sound system was recently installed.
Plans exist to extend the church to incorporate toilet and kitchen facilities.
The church is usually open to visitors during daylight hours, but if you find it locked and you wish to enter then please contact the vicar or a churchwarden.
Milton Ernest: Population 750; Households 300;
(Approx) (2001 Census)
and styles of services
|1st Sunday in month: 9.30am Holy Communion, using words from Common Worship.
2nd Sunday in month: 9.30am Morning Worship, a less formal style of service.
3rd Sunday in month: 9.30am Holy Communion, using words from Common Worship.
4th Sunday in month: 8.00am Holy Communion (said, BCP); 9.30am Morning Worship.For 5th Sundays in the month see diary listings for details.(Book of Common Prayer ‘BCP’ services use old traditional language; all other services use modern language.)Alternate Wednesdays at 11.30am: Holy Communion at Milton Ernest Hall Nursing Home (for residents, staff and visitors).
NOTE: Variations to service types and times occur during holidays and festivals, so please check the diary listings on this website and on church notice boards for details.
Children are welcome at all services.
Adventurers and Explorers Sunday Clubs are not operating at the moment (see the Children and Youth page).
All children are therefore invited with their parents into our Sunday services. In particular the ‘Morning Worship’ services (2nd and 4th Sundays in Milton Ernest, and also at the other churches) are less formal and children will learn more easily from these. At a future date the Adventurers and Explorers will resume in some form and details will be here.
|Coffee, tea and biscuits (and sometimes more) is generally served after the 9.30am Sunday Service.|
A monthly evening home study group no longer meets, but could if there was a demand for it. Speak to Sue Ives if interested.
“Beer. Wine ‘n’ Banter” is an open discussion group that meets every 2nd Monday at the Queen’s Head in Milton Ernest and anything and everything is discussed over a drink.
|How to find us||From the A6, in Milton Ernest, take the Thurleigh Road. All Saints’ Church is just a few hundred yards along on the right. The postcode MK44 1RF may be used if using Sat-Nav. There is no church car park, but you may park on the roads nearby.|