All Saints, High Bray

About our Church by Tony Bawden, Churchwarden

All Saints Church at High Bray is in the parish of Brayford with the River Bray running through the village. All Saints Church is on a high point surrounded by picturesque valleys and woodlands.

The Church has been on this hill site since Saxon times, but thoroughly restored in 1878 and has many interesting features. The porch has stone seats and inside the Church there are four bays and a wagon roof, one of the pillars has a bell ringer with a rope and twined around the column.

The Churchyard is well looked after by local people and is a wonderful site each spring.

We have three services each month and we work closely with Charles church and the Methodists at Brayford.

The Church has the following services and events, in addition to our regular Sunday Services, during the course of the year:

  • Spring and Harvest Puddings and Song

  • Remembrance Day Service

  • Christmas Eve Candlelight Lessons and Carols

  • Easter Service Celebration

  • School Nativity Play

  • High Bray Church Quiz

A brief history of the Church of All Saints

The church is a Grade 1 listed building which mainly dates from the fifteen and sixteenth century. The font is Norman in age with a zig-zag frieze to the top of the circular bowl with a later scalloped design added to the base.

Address

High Bray
Brayford
Devon
EX32 7QL

Churchwardens

Mr Raymond White
Mr Anthony Bawden

 

Accessibility

Our Building

Music and Worship

Help for Visitors

Toilet

Wheelchair accessible parking

Car parking

Stained glass

Listed building

Bell ringing

Organ

Concerts/live music

Church open