Fonthill Bishop: All Saints
Fonthill Gifford: Holy Trinity
The Parish Church of Holy Trinity is an Anglican church in the small Wiltshire village of Fonthill Gifford, seventeen miles west of the cathedral city of Salisbury.
We aim to serve the living Christ in our community and beyond by reflecting His light and love in the world. We look to bring the gospel of Christ into the world and carry on His ministry to those in need through our links with other churches in the Nadder Valley.
Ansty: Saint James
We hope that you will visit the Parish Church of Saint James', Ansty.
Our inspiration comes from our predecessors the Order of Knights of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem, and we continue their tradition of welcome to everyone.
Hindon: St John the Baptist
Teffont Magna: St Edward
Barford: St Martin with Burcombe
Chicklade: All Saints
Fovant: Saint George
We hope that you will enjoy your visit to Saint George's Church and the nearby village of Fovant
Teffont Evias: St Michael
Chilmark: St Margaret of Antioch
Compton Chamberlayne: St Michael
We hope that you will enjoy your visit to Saint Michael's Church and the beautiful village of Compton Chamberlayne
Dinton: St Mary
Sutton Mandeville: All Saints
We hope that you are able to visit our ancient parish church, and that you enjoy your visit to this beautiful part of Wiltshire.
Swallowcliffe: Saint Peter
We hope that you enjoy a visit to Saint Peter's Church, and the delightful village of Swallowcliffe.
Tisbury: St John the Baptist
The Parish Church of St John the Baptist is an Anglican church in the centre of the Wiltshire village of Tisbury, fifteen miles west of the cathedral city of Salisbury.
We aim to serve the living Christ in our community and beyond by reflecting His light and love in the world. We look to bring the gospel of Christ into the world and carry on His ministry to those in need through our links with other Tisbury churches.
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