About Us

St Edmunds Looks like its been lifted straight from the pages of a Austen novel, its gorgeous from the outside on a cold crisp day, looking warm and inviting as the lights flicker through the glass windows.

 Much of the building is 13th to early 14th century including the chancel windows, chancel arch, and south arcade in the nave. A number of additions were made in the 17th century, including a pulpit, and a number of restorations made in the late 19th century.

We are part of a family of 12 churches including Ollerton with Boughton, Kneesall, Laxton with Moorhouse, Wellow, with Rufford, Walesby, Egmanton, Kirton, Bilsthorpe & Eakring.  Ollerton serves as the administration hub for the family of churches.

Normal Pattern of Services: 

Second Sunday of each month 9am Holy Communion

Third Sunday of each month 9am Holy Communion

A male Priest takes one of these 2 monthly services.

Occasionally the service pattern changes in our group, for more information and for where the 5th Sunday in the month's service will be check our hub website http://www.cofe-ollerton.org.uk. 

Check out our website for arrangements for christening and wedding enquiries.