The parish of Sutton Mandeville is a rural village mainly consisting of elderly and middle-aged professional and farming families, with a static population. There are 170 voters on the civil Electoral Roll, about 69 on the Church Roll, and about 12 children living in the parish.
There is one church, All Saints, estimated date of building 1270, which seats about 120 maximum (although we easily exceed this for the Christmas Carol Service).
Our weekly services includes Evensong from the Book of Coomn Prayer and Parish Communion based on the “traditional” language variant of Order Two from Common Worship. Attendance ranges from six to fifteen, and the congregation is a cross-section of the parish. The congregation, although traditional, is very inclusive.