All Saints Sisters of the Poor
Founded 1851

Welcome to The Society of
All Saints Sisters of the Poor

We are an Anglican religious community of women in Oxford

We have an active ministry upheld and enriched by prayer. Our aim is to be channels of God’s love, in whatever way we believe the Holy Spirit is leading us, helping those who are in need by reason of age, health or social circumstance.

Founded in London in 1851, our work over the years and in four continents has taken many forms

Our grounds provide an oasis in an area of Oxford where there is much poverty and deprivation. Set in the grounds are St John’s Home, a residential home for elderly people, and Helen and Douglas House, hospices for children and young people with life limiting conditions. Across the road is The Porch, a day centre offering support for the homeless and vulnerably housed.

Contact Us

All Saints Sisters of the Poor
15A Magdalen Road

T: +44 (0)1865 249127
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