Brill

All Saints’ Church commands a prominent site in the village. It started life as a royal chapel to the adjacent royal Palace or hunting lodge in the 11th century. The earliest part of the church is the nave, built in the 12th century and over time the Church has been altered to what is seen today.

We have a highly talented adult choir who lead our monthly choral communion service. Most of the choir also sing with the Bernwode Singers. The church is used as a venue for occasional services and concerts by both Brill C of E school and Ashfold School, Dorton. The church hosts various successful concerts during the year including the Bernwode Singers and Music in Quiet Places. We have a peal of 6 bells and an active group of ringers. We are lucky to have many volunteers who clean the church, mow some of the grass, arrange flowers etc, who are not necessarily active church goers. Villagers and visitors alike appreciate the fact that we have a policy of keeping the church open during daylight hours.

The nave of All Saints Church
The millenium window

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Forthcoming services

Sunday, 19th November

10.00 am

Holy Communion (BCP)

Sunday, 26th November

11.15 am

Informal Worship

Sunday, 3rd December

10.00 am

Holy Communion (CW - Choral)

Wednesday, 6th December

9.30 am

Holy Communion (BCP)

Saturday, 9th December

10.00 am

Benefice Quiet Morning

Sunday, 10th December

4.00 pm
in the URC

All Age Service

Sunday, 17th December

10.00 am

Holy Communion (BCP)

6.00 pm

Carol service

Churchwardens

Denzil Underwood
01844 238 255

Local activities

Lunch Club: Any retired person in the Bernwode Benefice is welcome to join our friendly group. It meets on the 2nd Friday of the month. It costs just £2.50 for a home-cooked, two-course meal, and a small raffle prize.

Lunch is at Brill Memorial Hall, come along at 12.30pm for 1pm.

If you would like to join please let either Josie Symes (01844 237 185) or Caroline Woodman (01844 237 326) know.