St Bartholomew's Church is a practical building. The nave was converted in 2001 into the Village Hall with a kitchen and toilets and plenty of space for community events.
The chancel remains consecrated for worship. Nave and chancel are separated by glass doors which can be opened to make use of the whole space.
The church dates from the 14th century and was restored three times in the 19th century. The last restoration, in that century, was by Charles Hodgson Fowler.
There is a Church School in Kneesall with good links to the Church and the community. We are a part of a family of 12 churches including Ollerton with Boughton, Kneesall, Laxton with Moorhouse, Wellow with Rufford, Walesby, Egmanton, Kirton, Bilsthorpe & Eakring
Normal Pattern of Services: From 2019 we will be meeting as a community for 6 Festival Services each year: Mothering Sunday, Easter Day, Father's Day, Harvest, Remembrance and Christmas Carol Service. Check out this website for dates and times.
check our hub website http://www.cofe-ollerton.org.uk for seasonal variations and 5th Sundays across our Family of 12 Churches.
For wedding and christening enquiries: the second Tuesday of the month there is a drop in, no appointment needed, open vestry time between 6.30-7.30pm in St Paulinus Church Office, New Ollerton. Revd Zoe can be reached either by phone: 01623 862818 or work mobile: 07983946930 or alternatively via email: [email protected]