All Saints' Church, Sutton Courtenay is a Grade 1 listed medieval building, parts of which date back to the 12th century. Most of the current building dates from the 14th & 15th centuries. There is seating in conventional pews for approx. 200 people. In the churchyard lie the remains of Eric Arthur Blair (George Orwell) and Lord Asquith, Earl of Oxford, Prime Minister during the First World War, who owned a house in the village. The former's grave provides a focal point for many of the tourists visiting the village.
The church is open for visitors and pilgrims during daylight hours throughout the year and we offer a wide variety of services and activities for all ages. You are welcome!