All Saints Bisley has been a place of Christian worship since Saxon times.
Thomas Keble, who was vicar of Bisley from 1827-1873 improved the physical, moral, and spiritual welfare of his people. He organised the building of a number of churches including St Bartholomew Oakridge, Christ Church Chalford, St John the Baptist France Lynch and the restoration of All Saints. Keble was dedicated to provide a proper education for the children of his parish, and schools were built and endowed in each of the villages.
In 1873 Thomas Keble was succeeded by his son, also Thomas, who was vicar for the next 29 years. It was this Thomas who created the legend of the "Bisley Boy".
For more information about the early history of All Saints Bisley read on
Sunday Services at All Saints
Morning Prayer is said on aTuesday at 8.00am
1st, 2nd and 3rd Sunday
11.00am Holy Communion. A sung service of Holy Communion
(Common Worship), with sermon
11.00am Sunday Praise. An informal service suitable for all
ages, with readings, prayers, songs and an interactive talk
6.00pm Holy Communion (said) - alternating months
Common Worship or Book of Common Prayer
10.00am Benefice Eucharist rotates around the benefice