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

Lent Groups

Advance notice that there will be ecumenical Lent Groups again this year meeting at 7.00 pm on Tuesdays 13th and 20th March at Christ Church and at 2.00 pm in the Parish Rooms on 14th and 21st March. They will be following a book called ‘Let Your Light Shine’ – a study in John’s Gospel about how we might receive God’s life more fully and live God’s life more generously. Copies of the book are available from the treasurer, Myles Robinson – price £2.50.

Dates for your Diary

The date for the fabulous Rednock Swing Band is under review. Proceeds will be shared between our church and the band so please help support what promises to be a fantastic musical event. This is a postponement from the earlier date of 3rd March because of the bad weather.


Women's World Day of Prayer 02/03/18 has been POSTPONED due to the weather conditions. A new date will be announced.

Wednesday Lunch on 14/03/18 at approximately 12.00pm in the Parish Rooms.



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


St George's Nailsworth

Weekly Newsletter


St Martin, Horsley

The Horse's Mouth (monthly magazine)


St John the Baptist, Kingscote

The Forerunner (monthly magazine)



Latest news – Diocese of Gloucester

Doing Messy Church, St James’, Dursley’s experience (Fri, 16 Mar 2018)
From 10.30am ‘til 12 noon on between four and six Saturday mornings throughout the year, about 40-60 children have fun making things, playing games, acting, hearing the gospel, exploring BibleContinue reading
>> Read more

Not on Our Turf campaign to bring an end to modern slavery and human trafficking (Thu, 15 Mar 2018)
Churches and other community leaders across Cheltenham are backing a campaign to bring an end to modern day slavery and human trafficking.
>> Read more

Print Print | Sitemap
© The Nailsworth Benefice Churches