All Saints Church

All Saints Church

About Sutton Church

All Saints Church is a beautiful Grade 1 Listed Building dating from the 13th century, with additions in the 15th and early 16th centuries. It has many superb original features, having escaped the widespread Victorian renovation which changed the look of many village churches. This renovation was of course well intentioned but tended to acheive a standardised Victorian appearance, whilst All Saints retains its delightful mediaeval originality

But the Church is all about people, more than buildings however beautiful they may be. You will be very welcome to join us for worship on a Sunday or Thursday morning.

There has been a Church on this site since Saxon times, and it has been a home and inspiration to worshippers for many Centuries. Feel free to come and worship with us, or simply visit All Saints to enjoy the peace of this precious space.

All Saints is active in the village community with a thriving Christian Fellowship and a variety of social events through the year.

The Meering Chapel has recently nbeen renovated for use as a self contained space for meetings and functions. Bothe the chapel and the Church itself are available for use by the community, and we love to see them in use.

Members of the Meering family continue to be in touch with the Church, and have recently provided fascinating historical information about the family and the lost settlement of 'Meering', which are in the 'history' section of this site.

The Church grounds were cleared and levelled some years ago, the headstones removed to the boundaries enabling the grounds to be better maintained.

The Church is located, coincidentally, on Church Street, which can be easily found at the junction of HIgh Street and Main Street. Postcode NG23 6PD.

All Saints is part of the Beck & Trent group of parishes.

Thankyou for your interest in our Church.

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