Ladbroke is a small but active village community with a fine church dating back to the 12th century and throughout that time thousands of villagers and visitors have worshipped here. Why not come along and join us at a Sunday morning service, one of our special services at Easter, Harvest, Remembrance and Christmas or a church event.
Maybe you would prefer to come at a quiet time to remember a special time or special person in your life or are perhaps you are just interested in church buildings – that’s fine, you are welcome too.
The church isn’t just the building but also the people in it. We have a friendly home group which meets on Monday evening every fortnight and church members are active providing support where needed for people within the community. If you require assistance or know of others that need support, please get in touch.
More details about services
Holy Communion is celebrated in All Saints Ladbroke every Sunday:
1st Sunday 10.30am Family Service, followed by coffee, squash & biscuits
2nd Sunday 9.00am
3rd Sunday 9.00am, following the 1662 book of Common Prayer
4th Sunday 9.00am
5th Sunday 9.00am, usually a said service (no music or hymns)
Children are welcome especially at the Family Service which is shorter, more informal and followed by refreshments and time to chat. Music is played and hymns sung at all services with the exception of the 5th Sunday in the month, then a ‘said service’ is celebrated and Kate our organist (and keyboard player if the band are playing) has a rest!