The Parish Church of All Saints:-
stands in the S. half of the churchyard which was enlarged to the N.W. in 1862. It consists of a Chancel with North and South Chapels, Nave with Aisles, West Tower and South Porch.
We understand it can be daunting if you’ve never been to church before – or if it’s been a while. To make it easier, we hope that this page will give you some idea of what to expect if you come to a service.
The people involved in the Parish Church of All Saints
A new group who care about the Church and its grounds
• Keep the Church clean and tidy
• Manage and mow the Churchyard
• Organise fundraising and grants for major work
A place of contemplation for everyone
An area within the newly extended Easton on the Hill Churchyard containing a paved labyrinth, a seating area in a garden with raised beds, and a focal point sculpture.
A Message from Philip Davies, our Parish Priest
It is now possible to access all our Church buildings at certain times for private prayer.