There has long been a tradition of music in our worship at All Saints.
The pipe organ, built by Norman & Beard of London in 1908, is played at each service, usually by one of our volunteer organists.
The choir sings in harmony at every service. Hymns are typically sung from New English Hymnal and Mission Praise. Each month we have sung Holy Communion and sung Morning Worship services with lovely settings.
The tower at All Saints', Yelvertoft houses a splendid ring of six bells.
Five of them were cast together in 1635 by Hugh Watts II of Leicester, and in 1989 a new treble, cast by Ejsbouts of Holland, was added.
There is a regular local band of ringers, some of whom live in the village who ring the bells each Sunday for service. In addition to regular Sunday ringing, a tower practice is held each Friday evening from 7:30 to 9:00. We are often joined by a number of regular visitors from surrounding villages.
We are always pleased to welcome visitors at our Friday practices and often receive visits from boaters on the nearby Grand Union Canal, especially during the Summer. It is worth contacting the Tower Captain, David Westerman on 01788 822598 in advance.