The Anglican Churches of Horsley, Kingscote & Nailsworth

A very warm welcome to our website for this group of three Church of England churches in Gloucestershire.

They are very different in terms of history and tradition and each has its own unique character which you will find more about on the individual web pages.

 

However all share a strong emphasis on ministry to the whole family.

We welcome members of any church and none.

 

If you are visiting, moving into the area or just thinking about the meaning of life we would like to welcome you to our churches. In the meantime we hope you will find something of use on our website.

Latest News

HARVEST FESTIVALS

Nailsworth - Sunday 2nd October @ 11.00 am followed by Harvest lunch

Horsley - Sunday 9th October @ 11.00 am followed by Bring & Share Lunch

Kingscote - Sunday 16th October followed by Bring & Share lunch

Recently added downloads...

To access the latest downloads, click on the links below...

 

St George's Nailsworth

Weekly Newsletter & monthly Vicar's letter

 

St Martin, Horsley

The Horse's Mouth (monthly magazine)

 

St John the Baptist, Kingscote

The Forerunner (monthly magazine)

Gloucester Diocese RSS Feed

Vision: three interviews (Thu, 29 Sep 2016)
These three short videos explain a little about how the Church is viewed among different groups.: We spoke to three key people about attitudes to and integration with the Anglican Church. These three short videos explain a little about how the Church is viewed among different groups.   Watch all three videos here >>
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War, what it is good for? (Tue, 27 Sep 2016)
Blog by the Revd Arthur Champion:  "How did Syria’s largest and once most prosperous city, a UNESCO world heritage site, end  up    like a version of Hell on Earth? Shellfire and barrel bombs have blown so many holes in  buildings  that it’s a wonder they are still standing at all.  I’m reminded of recurring pictures of  Gaza City  and other war zones in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Yemen. The human cost of war  is beyond  calculation".   The Revd Arthur Champion, Diocesan Environmental Advisor, in this week's blog. 
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