St Giles, Gaydon, was rebuilt in 1852 from local Hornton stone. Part of the churchyard is managed as a wildlife area.
Our services try to provide for all. Sunday services include modern-language and Prayer Book Communion services, and a monthly ‘Prayer and Praise’ service.
People take part in the services, reading and leading the intercessions. We are fortunate to have a very good organist.
The Gaydon Voices singing group is open to all, often contributing to services and providing musical entertainment in the villages. It is proving an effective way of welcoming people into the church family.
A monthly Saturday coffee morning enables people to meet and catch up and raises some funds.
We have a Christmas Market, in recent years combined with a Gift Day, and a harvest supper or alternative event. These are well supported by the village and raise money for the church and charities. Newcomers to the village are visited with a welcome, an information leaflet and invitation to the church. The whole village is invited to join us for a summer barbecue.