Welcome to the website of Trentside Parish –   the best place to look, whatever you need to find out about your local Anglican churches All Saints, Burton upon Trent and St Saviour’s Branston. You can find out about activities in the churches and get information about ways we can help you

Open for Worship

Sunday worship in church has now resumed at both St Saviour’s and All Saints

10.00am at St Saviour’s

10.30am at All Saints

   All other church groups and meetings are still suspended for the time being or are taking place online.

We are here for you – whether you can meet us in person or not.
We will continue to pray and worship privately, and if you have any need for additional support, emotional or spiritual, for prayer or for daily practical needs please do speak up.

Weekly services will continue to be posted to the Trentside Parish Youtube channel

The Church is a people, not a building.
Pray – for the situation, for your neighbours, for yourselves and for the continued growth of the Church.
Keep in touch – with those you know who are isolated, alone, afraid, unwell, and for those you would ordinarily speak to each Sunday.
Love– No darkness, no fear, no hatred can extinguish God’s great love. Let His love shine through you and His peace be with you and all those you contact.
Share– Continue to support Food banks, charities, and your Church, through needed items, prayer and financial giving.

You can read the annual report of our activities in 2019 here



All Saints Church is a large Edwardian church, built in the Arts and Crafts Gothic style, in 1905, and was designed by Architects Naylor and Sale of Derby

All Saints Church
Branston Road
Burton upon Trent
DE14 3DD

St Saviour’s in Branston Village is a small Victorian church built in 1864, and designed by Architect Vincent Cook.

St Saviour’s Church
Main Street
DE14 3ER

The Reverend Captain David Collier

The Reverend Captain David Collier


Email: vicar@trentsideparish.church

Telephone: 01283 541884

The Vicarage, Church Road, Branston, Burton-on-Trent, DE14 3ER




Helen Duke

Helen Duke

Parish Administrator

Currently on Maternity leave.
Please contact the Vicar.

Rita Broomfield

Rita Broomfield

Safeguarding Officer

Please contact Rita with any safeguarding concerns.

Email: safeguarding@trentsideparish.church

If you require further advise please see the Lichfield Diocese website.

Click here to see our.Safe guarding policy




Here is a picture of some of our PCC. They meet regularly to pray and dicuss what is happening in our 2 churches. They are the legal body of the parish


Licenced Ministry Team (LMT)

Licenced Ministry Team (LMT)

Here are some of our Leadership Team. We are fortunate to have a large team of Readers and licenced Lay Ministers who are actively involved in assisting our Vicar to lead and preach during services, as well as undertaking pastoral visits and officiating at funerals

Our Faith

We all need the opportunity to explore what we believe, whether the Christian faith is new to us, or we have been a Christian for a long time and know God’s love for us. Our Faith journey doesn’t end, because as we travel with Jesus we can continue to learn and grow in our understanding.

We believe in One God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

We believe that God is concerned with us and so much so that He lived among us, as Jesus.

We believe that God is ever-present in the world, and continues to work through us.

We believe that we can talk to God through prayer and worship.


We are part of Tutbury Deanery, which is part of the Lichfield Diocese, which is part of the Church of England, which is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

Our Mission Statement

The Love of Jesus Transforming Lives

Trentside Parish

The Trentside Parish is an exciting new single-parish, formed in February 2017.

We see this as a once in a generation opportunity to re-shape mission and ministry in Trentside as we seek to grow together and serve the whole community, with its two Anglican churches.

Our parish includes Branston, Anglesey ward and the south part of Burton upon Trent town centre. It is bordered, roughly speaking, by the River Trent to the east and the Trent and Mersey canal to the west, Branston water park to the south and Station Street to the north

We’d love to welcome you to either of our churches or simply to have a chat.

If you’d like to find out what’s going on, or talk to us about getting married, having a baptism service, or anything else, please contact us.