An early 12th century Anglican church serving a rural Cotswold community

Our Story

Discover Our Rich Heritage

All Saints Church, Turkdean is a small, historic Anglican parish church nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds serving the rural community of Turkdean.

The church has been a constant presence in the lives of the village’s inhabitants, offering solace, prayer and community for some 900 years.

Our Worship

Serving a small rural community and expanding our horizons

Regular monthly Matins Service with Holy Communion

The core of All Saints programme is the traditional Matins service with Holy Communion held at 10:30am on the second Sunday of each month. This follows the 1662 Book of Common Prayer liturgy, complemented by anthems and responses sung by the Turkdean Choir and well-loved hymns. The service is led by a roster of distinguished visiting priests and is always followed by coffee and refreshments served in the Nave.

Special Services with inspiring music and worship

With the growing reputation of the Turkdean Choir, All Saints Church has mounted a number of special services in recent years featuring inspirational ecclesiastical music including:
– Monteverdi Messa a Quattro Voci
– Byrd Short Service
– Palestrina Missa aeterna Christi munera
– Byrd Mass for Four Voices
and filling the church to overflowing.

See our calendar of services for 2024

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