Church of England Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham Bilborough and Strelley

All Saints

The Grade 1 listed medieval church of All Saints lies to the west of Nottingham in the small village of Strelley.  There are many interesting features, including a 15th century carved rood screen, medieval stained glass, misericord seats and two fine alabaster tombs of the Strelley family.  There is a considerable amount of stained glass dating from the late 14th century to 1914.  Most of the old glass is Flemish with some earlier English work.  

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Marian Henshell

Castle Wing, Strelley Hall, Main Street, Strelley.
0115 9061203

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Morning Worship and Holy Communion services

Every day Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for 1hr 30m

Main Street
Strelley village
Nottingham

A Sunday service is currently held at All Saints at 10.30am. Please note that on the last Sunday of the month a Parish Joint Service is held at one of our three churches: the venue is posted on our website and noticeboard. There is no fixed schedule of Morning Worship or Holy Communion, but full details are available on our website which is updated monthly. Monthly services notices are also posted on the board outside church.
All Saints is also open for visitors on the 3rd Sunday from 12-4pm, with 3-4pm reserved for prayer or quiet. For other open dates please see the Open Church dates post.

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