Welcome to ST BARTHOLOMEW AND ALL SAINTS CHURCH,

Royal Wootton Bassett

   A Christian presence at the heart of the community for over 750 years.

“We seek to grow through prayer and share Christ’s love through engagement with all”



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COVID-19

 We have been required to suspend all our services at St Bart’s, including Sunday and mid-week communions and daily prayers.




Join us online at St. Bartholomew's Church.


Listen or watch now and enjoy time to rest in the arms of God and offer petitions for the world and our community.


Sunday 17th May

Order of Service

Sunday Worship (facebook)



Please click here for our Soundcloud homepage,

with all available audio services



And click here for our facebook video content


 

If you would like to follow along on your smartphone or tablet then the Daily Prayer app is available for download from the Google Play and Apple stores: https://www.chpublishing.co.uk/apps/daily-prayer



Click here to go to the BBC Daily Service website

There’s a Daily Service broadcast weekdays at 9:45 am,

and you can listen to past services and similar content there…


And please stay connected…

If you need a priest, if you need any help, or if you would like to join our email list for updates and information,

please contact us on 01793 853272 or email: churchadmin@stbartholomews-wb.com

(In case we’re unable to answer the ‘phone, please leave a message)


Some messages of hope from members of the choir of St. Bartholomew's (please click on the titles below)

 God Sends a Rainbow  

Sing out an Easter Song

May the Peace of God the Father

Now Green the Blade Rises

Please click here for The Church of England service of Daily Prayer

And if you , or someone you know , doesn’t have access to the internet

Daily Hope free dial-in worship phone-line

 is available 24 hours a day on


 0800 804 8044


and offers music, prayers, reflections and full worship services

 from the Church of England at the end of the telephone line.