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History and Information about our church in Rotherfield Peppard

Rotherfield Peppard, the village in which All Saints' Church is located, is referred to in the Doomsday Book. Although the exact date when the church was constructed is unknown it dates from at least 1233.

Over the years the church has changed, particularly following a major reconstruction in the 1870s, but still retains features from its earliest times. Today's worshippers enjoy that legacy as they continue to bear witness to the faith of saints of all ages. All Saints' church provides a beautiful setting in which to give thanks to God for his love to us and the many blessings with which he has enriched our lives.

Please spend a few moments finding out more about this historic church by taking a tour on this website.

The west window

In this section

  • How to find us


  • Churchyard regulations 2016


  • Safeguarding contacts


  • Giving to All Saints'


  • Special Occasions


  • Layout of the church


  • A history of the church


  • A guided tour of the church


  • The Charlotte Starmer-Smith Award


  • A list of rectors since 1233


  • The window shown on the left is the west window featuring St.Bede and St.Aidan.


    All Saints', Peppard Email us at All Saints'
    Last updated - February 2017
    Diocese of Oxford