All Saints' Church is the smallest and oldest church in the benefice of Crick, Yelvertoft and Lilbourne, in the Diocese of Peterborough. It's situated out of the modern village, at the lower end of Station Rd close to the R. Avon (CV23 0SX.) The building is Grade-1 listed, and the earliest part is late Saxon. It's a lovely, simple church with seating capacity for about 100.  Services are held weekly in the following monthly pattern:

First Sunday: 8.30am Holy Communion (traditional, using the Book of Common Prayer.)

Second Sunday: 11.15 am Family Service - a short, informal service followed by activities for the children, and refreshments.

Third Sunday:  8.30am Holy Communion (BCP.)

Fourth Sunday: 6.00pm Evensong (BCP) followed by refreshments.

If there's a fifth Sunday, the three churches of the benefice take it in turn to host an 11.15am service of Holy Communion, and this is followed by a full meal served in the church.

Incumbent: the Revd David Lake 01788 822147

The building isn't normally kept open, but there is a lot of information -  inluding how to contact key-holders- on the notice-boards in the open porch. If you're researching family history, we have a detailed list of all known graves and their location in the churchyard, full copies of the registers, and a lot more.

Our church is a welcoming community and we would be very happy to share it with you!