All Saints Church, Westbury

Covid 19 Update September 2021

From 19 July the restrictions imposed to keep us safe have been relaxed. It is now the responsibility of our Incumbent, Revd Rebecca Harris and the Parochial Church Council to decide how to move forward at All Saints’ Church Westbury.  

After careful consideration and following an update of our risk assessment, All Saints’ Church will continue to ask its members to wear facemasks (unless they previously had an exemption) and to continue social distancing. This is due to the increasing rates of Covid-19 and to protect our congregation who although mostly double vaccinated continue to be in the category of being more vulnerable. We will also be asking you to sanitise your hands on entry and throughout the service as required

The NHS Test and Trace QR code is available or we will take a note of your attendance in case there is a need to contact you if one of the congregation attending develops Covid-19 after one of our services. 

We have agreed to maintain communion in one kind only i.e. bread only and only the celebrant will take the chalice (wine). 

We are going to re-introduce congregational singing at our services but ask that we do this with masks. 

This position will be reviewed regularly to take into account the changing situation. 

Our continued concern is the wellbeing of all our members in whatever role they play. We thank you for your support in these measures. 

The Church is open everyday from around 9am to twilight and available for visitors to explore the beautiful building, to light a candle or say a prayer


Regular Services

SundayParish Communion
Morning Praise on 4th Sunday
9.30am
WednesdayFirst Steps to Worship
(term time only)
9.30am
WednesdayHoly Communion
(1st Wednesday of the month Chantry Court)
11.00am

Pints of View

3rd Wednesday of the Month Pints of View
Informal discussion group
The Hollies, Westbury Leigh
7.15pm for a meal or 8.15pm just to join the discussion

All Saints’ Church, 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.

Facilities for children include:

  • a children’s corner for the very young and their families
  • “First Steps to Worship”, a service for babies and toddlers and their carers on Wednesday mornings at 9.30am
  • Toilet with changing table

Support All Saints’ Church Westbury

You can make an online donation to support our work in the community of Westbury here.

How to find us

We are in the centre of Westbury between the Market Place and Edward Street.

location map


There is limited parking in the Churchyard so please use the main car park off the High Street unless you have mobility issues which will prevent you from walking the short distance from the car park. Parking is free on a Sunday and parking is free for up to 2 hours – charges apply beyond that Monday – Saturday until 6pm. Please see the Wiltshire Council website for details.

Access

The main entrance is through the South Porch which means going down one step. If you require access without steps please use the West door. Let the welcome team know or ring the bell and they will come and open up the door for you.