St Bartholomew, Nympsfield

St Bartholomew's Church

St Bartholomew's Church is in the village of Nympsfield (postcode GL10 3UB). It was formerly a parish church, but has since been amalgamated with the Parish of Uley With Owlpen and Nympsfield, now part of the Ewelme Benefice.

St Bartholomew’s is a charming and peaceful church set in a village community of 350. The church was rebuilt in 1862 by S.S.Teulon, retaining the 15th century tower. The village also has a Roman Catholic church, a RC primary school, village hall, pub and a Marist Convent often used for retreats. 

Our normal service pattern is:


10am Parish Communion on the first Sunday.

Services for festivals and other events may change this basic pattern. In the Parish there is normally a 10am Holy Communion service at St Giles, Uley on the second, third and fouth Sundays, and at 10am at Holy Cross Owlpen on the fifth Sunday.

For details see the Calendar here.