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All Saints’ Church

All Saints Church is situated in the centre of the village and is accessed along an avenue of lime trees.  Along with St Helen’s Clifford Chambers, it joins with Holy Trinity in town to form the Parish of Stratford Upon Avon.


Our small Victorian village church, filled with beautiful stained glass, replaced an earlier church which stood close to the footpath that leads to Dodwell in the north east corner of the Village Green and may have been the place where William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway married.


Services of Holy Communion are held at 9:30am each Sunday led by stipendiary and retired clergy and lay people and followed by coffee. At Harvest and our Christmas Carol services we are fortunate to have the choir from Holy Trinity join us. Our flower team always do us proud but pull out all the stops for our festivals throughout the year.  We also put on seasonal events for our community, mostly held in the village hall and advertised through flyers, posters and the Luddington News bulletins..

Please find contact details and information regarding christenings, weddings and funerals (Life Events) on the Parish website:

Holy Trinity, Stratford, on the banks of the River Avon, is probably England's most visited Parish Church and home to the grave of William Shakespeare

A very warm welcome is extended to anyone who wishes to join us for our services and any of our organised events. The church is presently open each day during main daylight hours for visitors and private prayer.