Barnby in the Willows: All Saints
All Saints, Barnby in the Willows, is part of the BBC (Balderton, Barnby and Coddington) group of churches. For more information about what's happening across the benefice please visit our website: http://www.bbc-churches.org.uk/
The existence of a church in Barnby-in-the-Willows dates back as far as 1086, when reference to a church was written in the Domesday Book. The origins of the current Grade I listed church date back to the 13th Century. The subsequent changes made to the church in 15th and 17th Centuries makes this not only the oldest building in Barnby-in-the-Willows, but one of the oldest and most complete unusual churches in Nottinghamshire. Services are held every 2nd and 4th Sundays at 10am (2nd Sunday) and 4pm (4th Sunday). 2nd Sunday is a Holy Communion Service. 4th Sundays are informal services on various Themes related to the Season and our ECO CHURCH status with tea/coffee/cake afterwards. There are special services throughout the year, e.g. Remembrance Service, Christmas Carols, Easter, Summer Open Days and United Benefice Services. We are holding many services outdoors now in warmer weather.
Coddington: All Saints
All Saints Church, Coddington is part of the United Benefice of St Giles, Balderton, All Saints, Barnby in the Willows & All Saints, Coddington (BBC). For information on what's going on across the benefice please visit our website.
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