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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  Here at St Bartholomew and All Saints Church we take our responsibilities surrounding the   safeguarding of children, young people, and adults who may be at risk very seriously.

  Our Parish Safeguarding Policy can be downloaded [here]

If you have any Safeguarding questions or concerns you can contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Geoffrey Woodhouse, on 01793 854143

Alternatively you can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser on 07500 664800 or email heather.bland@salisbury.anglican.org

Parish Office: 01793 853272

Please leave a message if no answer

 1 Church Street

Royal Wootton  Bassett



Vicar of Royal Wootton Bassett

Reverend Jane Curtis

01793 977395

Assistant Curate

Reverend Oliver Blease

01793 855756

  Some sources of Practical help...

Phone Church

If you know of someone who does not have internet access and would appreciate a short prayer service over the phone please do contact us to find out more about our local 'Phone Church' network: 01793 853272


Support for the COVID-19 self-isolated and quarantined

Picking up shopping - collecting prescriptions - friendly phone call

Call 01793 847472 or email rwbhelpers@gmail.com

Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub

For vulnerable people in need of support

Deliveries of food and other essentials - loneliness and wellbeing.  

Call the helpline on 0300 003 4576

or email wellbeinghub@wiltshire.gov.uk.

  Royal Wootton Bassett Food Bank

Contact the Parish Office on 01793 853272


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Update 13 February 2021

The Lady Chapel is again open for private prayer

on Thursdays, from 10am – 12 noon,

starting Thursday, 18th February.

Please click here for more information on what to expect.

For the time being, Public Services of Worship at St Bart's remain suspended.

We plan to review the situation on the 23rd. February.

Sunday 21st February Service of Worship

First Sunday in Lent

Please click here to view via You Tube

Ash Wednesday Service to mark the start of Lent

Please click here to view via You Tube

Join us online for Morning Prayer

 via Zoom Monday - Saturday 9:15 am

(Please e mail vicar @ stbartholomews-wb.com to find out how to join)

Here's a link to the text


Information about our on-line services and links to other worship resources may be found on our Worship page.

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)

Prayer continues - in our hearts and homes

(just not in the church building for the moment !)

There’s a variety of our


including Sunday mornings,

available on the

St Bartholomew and

All Saints Church RWB

You Tube channel.

please click to view via you tube

Please contact

the Parish Office

for a free booklet of

daily Lent reflections

or an invitation to join

Could you walk a mile in Jesus’s shoes? The Stations of the Cross bring us closer to Christ as we meditate on the great love He showed for us in His most sorrowful Passion.

Evening Prayer during Lent

concluding with

Stations of The Cross

(Week 1)

Please click here to listen to the service via Soundcloud

and here for the text

The Stations of the Cross provide us with thoughtful material for prayer and meditation. Tracing Jesus’s journey from condemnation to crucifixion increases both our sorrow for our sins and our desire for His help in avoiding temptations and in bearing our own crosses. Meditating on Christ’s passion can help us become more like Him in imitating His virtues of obedience, humility, charity, patience and perseverance. The ‘Stations’ are not the preserve of anyone Christian denomination but prayed by any Christians wishing to trace Jesus’ steps as part of their lenten discipline.