Church of England Diocese of Peterborough Braybrooke

About Us

Our parish church stands as the focal point of the village, lying on the central village crossroads near the appropriately named River Jordan.  Its magnificent elongated spire, built in the late 14th Century or early 15th Century is a key landmark.

All Saints is a member of a United Benefice of four Anglican churches on the border of Northamptonshire and Leicestershire. It is a place of much historical interest, with links to the Lollard Movement and also the landowning Latimer and Griffin families. 

A warm welcome is offered to everyone to join in our worship.  We celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday and Morning Worship on the third Sunday of each month. Today we try to be a warm and welcoming church serving the needs our local community.  Refreshments are served following services.

When there is a fifth Sunday we join our sister churches in a united service, moving around the benefice.