St Mary's Church
The Church Wardens :-
Charles Byam-Cook -
Dennis Archard -
If we can be of help in any way please contact the above or
sheila on 810403
O Lord, you have searched me out and known me; you know my sitting down and my rising up; you discern my thoughts from afar. You mark out my journeys and my resting place and are acquainted with all my ways.
Lord of creation,
whose glory is around and within us:
open our eyes to your wonders,
that we may serve you with reverence
and know your peace at our lives' end,
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Thank you to all who supported the lent soup lunch a lovely turn out at the village hall and £118 was raised towards the upkeep
of are church here in Castle Eaton.
If you scroll down the page you can see a few photos of whats been happening at are lovely church.
Due to the CO 19 virus there will be
no services and we sorry to say the church will be closed
until further notice.
1st Word & Worship 9.30am
8th Morning Worship 09.30am
15th Holy Communion 09.30am
22nd Bishops service Kempsford 10.00 am
29th Moring Worship 09.30am
There are lots of books to borrow or buy
and if you want to donate books
you can leave them in the church.
Please make sure you wash your hands and don't touch your face if looking at books the church
The parish church dedicated to Saint Mary the Virgin is a Grade I listed building. It has two Norman doorways. The chancel was built late in the 13th century in the Early English Gothic style, and at its east end has a trio of stepped lancet windows. The building was restored by William Butterfield in 1861-63, who added a distinctive corbelled bellcote on the roof above the chancel arch. The west tower has a ring of six bells.
In the churchyard near the entrance is a medieval standing cross that is a scheduled Ancient Monument.
The church can be reached only on foot, via a path linking the lychgate with the east end of The Street.