St Mary's Church, Limpley Stoke

St Mary the Virgin is the village church for Limpley Stoke and is a very beautiful, small, medieval church of Saxon origin with a substantial early 20th century addition; it is listed Grade II*. The church can seat approximately 100 people in chairs and pews. Some years ago, the church was developed internally to include a cloakroom and kitchenette facilities which now allows much greater support for baptisms, weddings, funerals and other events such as fundraising concerts. Externally the Church sits in approximately 1.5 acres of ground with an adjoining car park and including a burial ground. The church is open during daylight hours. Parish Services take place in St Mary’s once a month at 10.30 am. The congregation averages about 35 and includes parishioners from across the three churches. The last quinquennial inspection was conducted in 2013.


Kathy Tucker and Richard Hutchinson are  our Churchwardens. You can contact them at