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St Bartholomew's Church,
This small church nestles on the side of a rolling landscape at one edge of the village. There is some evidence that its origins are late Saxon, with the main structure being Norman, dating around 1070. It has a most peaceful atmosphere, and is one of only five churches in the Cotswolds with no east window. It has a good ring of six bells in the saddle-back roofed tower.
Winstone is the second highest village in the Cotswolds (by only 25 feet !), about a mile from the A417 “Ermin Street”. It is a small village of about 96 houses, in the centre of the Benefice, with about 300 people of mixed demographic.
Church video by Kitty Morgan: St Bartholomew's
The Life Together, News and Events and Calendar pages will give you more details about St Bartholomew's Church activities.
The table below shows the 'normal' pattern of Sunday worship at St Bartholomew's Church but due to the nature of the Ermin West Benefice there are often changes to this pattern. Please refer to the Services for up to date information.
|1st Sunday||10.00 a.m.||1662 BCP Morning Prayer|
|2nd Sunday||10.00 a.m.||Benefice Service. See Services for location|
|3rd Sunday||9.30 a.m.||Holy Communion|
|4th Sunday||6.00 p.m.||Join Winstone Baptist Church|
|5th Sunday||10.00 a.m||Benefice Service. See Services for location|
Officers of St Bartholomew's Church, Winstone