All Saints’ Church (Church of England)

The parish church of All Saints’, Rotherfield Peppard can trace its origins to the Norman period and Redrefeld was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. The chancel of the church exhibits several Norman architectural features while the Rectors of Rotherfield Peppard can be traced back to 1233. The appearance of much of today’s church dates from the restoration of 1875, with important additions in 1908.

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Since 2002, Rotherfield Peppard has formed part of the Benefice of Rotherfield Peppard and Kidmore End & Sonning Common, together with our sister churches of St. John the Baptist, Kidmore End and Christ the King, Sonning Common. The Rector is the Revd James Stickings. The benefice forms part of Henley Deanery in the Archdeaconry of Dorchester and Diocese of Oxford.

To find out more about All Saints’ Church, please visit our website found here. Also pay a visit to the church where the monthly parish magazine and the annual parish handbook can be obtained. All Saints’ Church, Church Lane, Rotherfield Peppard. RG9 5JN

During these difficult times we have used Zoom to keep in touch.
We can now enjoy a Benefice Sunday service each week, bible study, the Lent course, prayer meetings, junior choir practice and Sunday Club all thanks to modern technology.

In the meantime, All Saints’ is open from 09.00 each Sunday for private prayer followed by our wonderful Benefice Zoom service – which has proved popular.  However, at 10.30 on Sundays 16th May and 6th June there will be a shorter, Covid19 compliant, communion service at All Saints’

Previously this was the pattern of service which will resume when permitted

  • 1st Sunday 09:00 Holy Communion
    10:30 Morning Prayer
    18:30 Evening Prayer
  • 2nd Sunday 09:00 Holy Communion
    10:30 Sung Eucharist
    18:30 Evening Prayer
  • 3rd Sunday 09:00 Holy Communion
    10:30 Peppard Praise
    18:30 Evening Prayer
  • 4th Sunday  09:00 Holy Communion
    10:30 Family Communion
    18:30 Evening Prayer
  • 5th Sunday 10:30 or 11:00 Joint Service with Kidmore End
    8:30 Evening Prayer

There are two events we hope will go ahead subject to the Covid regulations in force at the time.

Saturday 26th June at 11.00 when there will be a Coffee Concert, The Beauty of Land and Sea, featuring Rebecca Bell and Anthea Fry who will be performing a medley of songs and piano pieces and raising money for the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust.

Sunday 27th June at 10.30 there will be a service of Family Communion with full choir participation. What a joyful weekend – do please join us for this celebration.