St. Andrew's is the Anglican Church in the village of Naunton in the Cotswolds. We warmly welcome residents, their families and all visitors to the village. We are situated near to Stow on the Wold and Bourton on the Water.
Do please call in to see us - visitors are always very welcome. At the moment, our church building is open for private prayer, and our services are held on Zoom. In normal, non-coronavirus times, however, as well as our Sunday services (see the calendar), we have:
A quiet 15-minute service every Wednesday morning. Everyone very welcome
'Coffee Shop', every Thursday morning from 10:30 to 12:30 - just drop in
'St. Andrew's Cinema' held in the church on the first Tuesday of each month except August (part of the 'rural cinema' scheme)
Classical concerts in May, June, July and September/October - see www.nauntonmusic.org.uk
<span style="font-size: 1rem;">There has been a church on this site since Saxon times, and there is a Saxon cross in the wall. The present building is largely 15th century, although the interior was much changed at the end of the Victorian era. The beautiful stone pulpit and font are medieval. The tower has a restored ring of six bells. There are two interesting sundials on the tower dating back to the 18th century.</span>
St. Andrew's is one of seven churches in a joint benefice encompassing the villages of Naunton, Upper and Lower Slaughter, Guiting Power, Temple Guiting, Cutsdean and Farmcote.