Wonderful words inscribed above church door.

We hold a number of events thoughout the year.  Please drop by this page to see the latest details

Regular Events All Events cancelled due to Covid 19 Emergency as of 17/03/20

The Alpha Course June 2020

Alpha is a great way to find out about the questions we all ask about life and is a friendly way to be introduced to the Christian faith and to get to know Jesus and make friends in the process.

We will run an All Saints LM online Alpha course starting Wednesday 3rd June and then every Wednesday at 7.00pm.   If you would like to take part please do the following:

I invite you if you have not done already to download the Zoom App.

Then e mail me on

I will send you a link by Wetransfer ahead of 03/06/20 so you can watch Alpha film no 1.  Please do this i.e. watch the film starting at 7.00pm on Wednesday 3rd June

We will agree by e mail what time we then open Zoom to discuss the alpha film we have watched.  If we have more than a small group of people taking part we will do the Zoom discussion in (More than 1) small groups.Go to our Alpha page for more details

Regular Events All Events cancelled due to Covid 19 Emergency as of 17/03/20

Every 1st, 2nd 3rd Saturday's at 9.30am Puppet team practice in Church come and join us if you are 8 years old or over 

Bell ringers practice each Tuesday night  at 7.30pm

Millicent Minnies every Thursday at 1.30pm in the Village Hall for under fives and parents

Home groups on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, 1st Saturdays 

Senior's Bible Study Home Group Each Thursday at 2.00pm in the Vicarage

All Saints Cake Break every Monday apart from 1st Monday (incl Bank Holiday Mondays) in the Parish Hall from 2.00pm until 4.00pm  Why not pop along anytime betweeen 2.00- 4.00pm and enjoy tea/cakes a natter, we look forward to seeing you!

Children's Service  at 9.30am each second and fourth Sunday's of the Month, however there are no 9.30am service in December 2019

J Club each 1st and 3rd Sunday's we have Sunday School (J Club) for Primary aged children.  

Dates for your diary

For your Diary

NB Occasional Services:We regret to announce that all main Church services at All Saints LM as of 17/03/20 have been cancelled because of the Covid 19 Emergency.Baptism and Weddings are now delayed until after the Pandemic is over, we are sorry.But Clergy are ready to take funerals at the Graveside or at the Crematoriums Check for numbers permitted with your F.Director please.


Roof Appeal NOW completed and all paid for! Praise be to God.


PRESS RELEASE  (Written by Mr Lindsay Shaw, Press officer)

6 March 2020

All Saints celebrates as roof restoration is completed

After four months of skilled restoration and ten months of fundraising, All Saints Church in Lydiard Millicent has a new chancel roof. And All Saints congregation and representatives of organisations that funded the work lost no time to celebrate.

The church chose the day associated with Saint David for a special “topping out” service in the church yard. With the sun putting in a rare appearance, the thankful party were able to see the stonework sparkling in all its glory.

Revd Tudor Vaughan Roberts led church members and others from the local community in a service specially written by Revd Tricia Roberts. It began with an expression of thanks to builders Michael Rixon Ltd, the scaffolders, architect, and the village project team and fundraisers who had led the project. Trust organisations the Garfield Trust, Wiltshire Historic Churches, All Churches Trust and Crapper and Son (Community First), who helped fund the work were also thanked.

Together, the party gave thanks to God for the life and worship of the church over more than nine centuries. They then dedicated the building again as a centre of worship, witness and welcome for the Parish of North West Swindon and Lydiard Millicent.

All Saints’ vicar, Mr Roberts, said he had been “amazed by the courage and skill of the builders. When the scaffolding came down and covers came off the windows and light flooded back into the church, it was like getting a new church building”.

Some 5 tonnes of handcut reclaimed Cotswold slates went into the restored roof and a third of the supporting timbers had to be cut away and replaced with new wood. Approximately 1,500 of the slates were new - around 50 per cent of the total – and the others were restored and recycled from before. The current church at Lydiard Millicent dates from the 14th century, although the chancel was constructed in 1871.

For more information, contact Revd Tudor Roberts, 01793 772417;


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