All Saints, Westbury, built in the second half of the 14th century, is a fine Grade 1 listed building. It stands in an enclosed churchyard surrounded by cottages. The tower contains the third heaviest peal of eight bells in the world. They are rung regularly by a resident band of enthusiasts and are popular with visiting ringers.
Each Sunday there is an 8am service of Holy Communion. The main morning service, at 9.30am, is followed by a period of fellowship with light refreshments served at the west end of the church. Evening worship is shared with the Methodists and is held either at All Saints or the Methodist Church.
Members of the congregation play an active part in all the services.
Facilities for children include:
- a children’s corner for the very young and their families.
- “Young All Saints”, which has classes in the parish hall during the main time of worship, join the congregation later for a blessing.
- “First Steps to Worship”, a service for babies and toddlers and their carers on Wednesday mornings at 9.30am.
Holy Communion is celebrated every Wednesday at 10.30am and Services of Healing are held monthly.