All Saints’ Church, Renhold, Bedfordshire, England

The Benefice of All Saints, Renhold is situated on the edge of the Deanery to the North East of Bedford Borough, its southern boundary being the River Ouse. The Parish Church is situated in the centre of the village. With lovely brown cobbled walls and surrounded by open countryside it has served its Parishioner’s for over 800 years.

The Parish of Renhold consists of two distinctly different area’s; the “old” village which comprises several hamlets and in contrast three comparatively recent estates. The first of the three was established some 15 years ago and all are physically linked by safe pathways. Much of the Parish is countryside.

Our congregation and those caring for our Church and Churchyard are not only drawn from the 3000 inhabitants of the Parish but also the Borough of Bedford and surrounding villages. We range in age and background and a warm welcome awaits everyone.

We enjoy close links with many village organisations including the Village School who worship here regularly and a number of village groups use the Chapter House including the Village Magazine.  We hold a number of events throughout the each year involving many people and organisations from across the Parish. In 2017 these included a Flower Festival and Christmas Fayre.

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