All Saints Church, Wytham

Welcome to the website of All Saints Church, Wytham in Oxfordshire, UK.

There has been a church in Wytham, as far as we know, since at least 1135. The current building was constructed by Montague Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon, in 1811 -1812, using materials from its predecessor and from Cumnor Place, or Hall, which had recently been demolished.

The church contains many artefacts and memorials from the 17th Century, and a few - mainly stained glass - from much earlier. Some of the glass may have been made as early as the end of the fourteenth century. Much of the stonework came from Cumnor Hall, including two, perhaps three windows on the south side of the church. The big east window had to be cut down to fit, and if you look carefully the pictures within the frame can be seen to be incomplete.

Friends Of All Saints Church
The Friends of All Saints is an association aimed at uniting all those who love and value the church of All Saints, Wytham and its place in the community. We run many social and other events each year and help raise funds for the structure and maintenance of our Church building. For more information on our activities and how to join The Friends see: Friends of All Saints, Wytham.

There is still time to make sure you sponsor a tile before work starts on the new roof, hopefully at the end of the summer. Contact Kathy Day-Dawson or click here for details.


  • The Wolvercote & Wytham Summer Festival runs from Friday 19th June to Sunday 28th June – see our Events listings for details of the Wytham Summer Concert and Arts & Crafts Show, both taking place in All Saints’ Church

  • New date for Friends of All Saints’ AGM – Saturday 18th July between 3 and 5pm in the Church

  • Car boot sale – Sunday 16th August

Please see our Events page for more details and our calendar of events.

*Latest News*
Thank you to all who came along to the Rogation Sunday walk – a special thank you to David Crutchley from FAI for his fascinating talk and to Lyn Dean for the delicious lunch.


Our Location
For a map of how to find us or send us an email, please see our "Contact Us" page.



Find out more about our Heritage Lottery Funding by clicking on the logo above