All Saints, Garsdon
The church sits on a hill, surrounded by fields, with spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Although it has a medieval tower, it was extensively rebuilt in about 1850. A peal of tubular bells hang in the tower. The church seats about 80 people.
The church has connections with the Washington Family and contains the Washington Memorials and some 17th century plate. Garsdon is Saxon for Green Hill, and by association, a Woodbridge Group Good Friday service and outside crucifixion drama takes place each Easter.
Sunday services at All Saints, Garsdon offer a traditional form of worship and favour the 1662 Prayer book. They usually take place at 9.30am and currently keep to the following pattern:
Sunday of the Month Time Service
1st Sunday 9.30am Morning Prayer BCP
2nd Sunday 9.30am Holy Communion BCP
3rd Sunday 9.30am Morning Prayer BCP
4th Sunday 10.30am Woodbridge Group-wide service at different churches in the Group by rotation.
5th Sunday 9am Woodbridge Group-wide service at different churches in the Group by rotation.
For the current service schedule, please click here.