All Saints’

Photo by Simon Betteridge

A light on the hill which cannot be hidden, which shines to give light to everyone in the village

Stretton is a friendly, busy village with a shop and Post Office, doctor’s surgery, primary school and a pub. It is the largest village in the benefice, with a range of housing.  The parish includes the smaller village of Princethorpe which has a Roman Catholic church and primary school.

All Saints’ is well-equipped church with a kitchen, toilet, children’s area and prayer corner.  The removal of some pews has created flexible spaces at the front and rear for church and social activities.  We are a faithful worshipping community with a range of services to suit different preferences for style of worship and organise plenty of social and fundraising events.

Our audio-visual system that means we are able to hold more creative lay-led worship. Music also plays an important part in our worship and we have an excellent organist and a festival choir who get together to rehearse for special services.  Our new and enthusiastic team of bell ringers ring for services and weddings.

Our history

There has been a church in the village of Stretton on Dunsmore for at least 800 years. The earliest record in the Coventry diocese lists the institution of William de Langley as priest in 1321. During the years of the reformation the parish was joined with Wolston, but in 1694 a bequest from William Herbert of Stretton provided for a priest for a separate parish. Read more…


Douglas Hutchinson
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