Churchwarden: Bob Giles 813256
Annual Parochial Church Meeting
The Annual Report and Financial Statement to 31st December 2020 can be found here.
If you would like to support All Saint’s Church financially in any way please contact Beth Warren firstname.lastname@example.org.
From April 2021 All Saints’ has hosted the Benefice Service at 11 am on the second service of every month.
The church has a modern servery from which refreshments are offered at every service.
An under pew heating system was installed in the autumn of 2020 to keep the congregation cosy on those cold winter Sundays.
All Saint’s Church is an Eco friendly church. The churchyard is inviting for wildlife and birds. Look out for a page in the village magazine each month to help you look after our environment.
Noticeboard – Benefice Policies and important information can be found here. The PCC of All Saints’ Church takes strong responsibility for the Safeguarding of Children and Vulnerable Adults.
The Choir sings at Communion Services 11.00 am around the Benefice on Sundays and at all festivals including special choral services on Good Friday and Advent Sunday. New members are always very welcome. Choir practice is in the church at 7 pm every Tuesday evening.
Christmas Carol Service 2020
Bell ringers practice every Wednesday evening and are always pleased to see visitors and new members.
An active Mothers Union branch meets monthly.
“On Monday 8 August 2018, West Lavington and The Cheverells held a celebratory Eucharist and tea for Mary Sumner Day in All Saints’ Church. Members had joined in from the surrounding areas including Devizes and Rowde. This was a very joyous occasion and it was a delight for me to have been invited to join you at such a festive time. I take away happy memories of you all – thank you. ” Rosie Stiven
Dauntsey’s School holds regular services during the year and has informal links with many church members.
The Church has close links with the West Lavington Youth Club.
There are ecumenical links with Ebenezer Baptist Church and St Joseph’s Roman Catholic church in Littleton Pannell.
Historical interest: The Church building is part Norman, part early English. Wide nave with north and south transepts and monuments in the Dauntsey Chapel. East window by Simon Whistler (2000). a Beckett Chapel. Grade 1. There are Six bells with a team of bell ringers.