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


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

Outstanding report for St James and Ebrington School (Fri, 30 Sep 2016)
SIAMS inspection: A Church report on standards at St James and Ebrington Church of England VA Primary School has praised the visionary leadership and the significant impact of the school’s Christian values. The school underwent a Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) which looks at the effect that the Christian ethos of a church school has on the children who attend. The school was graded as outstanding and the report states that “The school’s Christian values, explicitly promoted by collective worship, have a significant impact on children’s academic achievement, personal and spiritual development. “The headteacher’s strong Christian vision and the staff team’s commitment to this vision are the driving force at th...
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What if...? (Fri, 30 Sep 2016)
Blog by the Revd Pauline Godfrey: "As I think of all those who are in dark and difficult places today I pray that they will experience God’s comforting presence. I hope too that if I was in that place that someone somewhere would pray the same for me".  The Revd Pauline Godfrey, Discipleship and Vocations Officer, in this week's blog. 
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