The All Saints Church is right in the historic center of Worcester, and its the third church built on this site. In Saxon times, it was a small wooden church and dedicated to all of the saints, hence its name. The church that currently currently stands is a renewal of the Georgian period that took place between 1742 and 1745. Some Victorian details were added in the nineteenth century by the famous architect Sir Aston Web. It is the largest parish in the city. The lovely paintings that you can see if you enter the church represent centuries. St. Andrew's Chapel was established in 1932 when two parishes merged, St.