Introduction to
All Saints', Wrington
All Saints'

All Saints' Tower

The parish of All Saints' includes the village of Wrington and its environs, with Christ Church, Redhill, just off the A38 Bristol - Exeter road, 1 mile south of Bristol International Airport.

The present building of All Saints' dates from the late 15th century, and you can read about it in Hugh Smith's history on other pages. The tower and its peal of 10 bells receive special mention, as do Hannah More and John Locke. 

The interior of the church was re-ordered in 1999 - you can see the improvements to the vestry, pulpit, sanctuary, lectern - and again in <2016-17>

Ringing practice is on Thursday evenings, choir practice on Wednesdays at 7.30pm for seniors and juniors.

e-mail the Rector for more information:  There is currently a vacancy

All Saints' offers a range of regular services on Sundays and weekdays. 
See also the current week's
notices and the Rector's current Village Journal entry

 All Saints' is in the archdeaconry of Bath in the diocese of Bath & Wells   Link to NORTH SOMERSET CHURCHES