Staunton, All Saints

All Saints Church sits within a peaceful old churchyard in the village of Staunton, Gloucestershire.    People have been worshipping in this beautiful  Grade 1 listed stone built Church for many hundreds of years.  The building is of the Late Norman period to which considerable additions have been made over the centuries and consists of chancel, a nave of 5 bays, south transept, aisle, porch and a central bell tower containing a clock and 6 bells.  There are many delightful features in the church which make it well worth a visit.

All Saint’s, Staunton has two services a month where they are joined by the congregation of All Saint’s, Newland.  On the other two Sundays they join the congregation at All Saint’s Newland.


The 2nd Sunday of the month is a 10.30am morning prayer and the 4th Sunday is a 4pm Evening Prayer.

For details of services for any particular Sunday please see our services page where they are listed for the month or our pew sheet which can be found on the resources page.

We also have United Parish Services 6 times a year, for details of these services please visit the services page on this website.  On these occasions the whole parish comes together to worship at one of our Churches so there is only one service in the parish on those days.


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