Churches

 

For a list of services and contacts see The Loddon Valley Link. The Parish Newsletter of Sherfield-on-Loddon and Stratfield Saye and Hartley Wespall with Stratfield Turgis.


 

Situated in a beautiful location beside the Loddon,  All Saints has seen better days. Now deconsecrated all of the important items including beautiful stained glass windows and font were moved to St Mary's Hartley Wespall.

The date of the original building is unknown, but there is evidence of the existence of a timber-built Nave in the 13th century, possibly the, oldest example in the South of England. Much of the woodwork is notable.

 The church is a brick building in the shape of a Greek cross, and was built by George Pitt, afterwards Lord Rivers, in 1784.

Rectors of All Saints', Stratfield Turgis