If you wish to attend a service it would help if you please send an email to or ring 01386 882049 beforehand, as the number of people that we can accommodate is still restricted because of social distancing.

Services are at their normal times of 10.30 am on the first and third Sunday of each month. Please see our Services and Events web page for details.

We still retain many of our protection measures against the spread of COVID-19 while the risk of infection is of concern although they are not mandatory. Details of our recommendations, including what to expect when attending a service, can be read by clicking the link below:

Services at St Peter’s Dumbleton.

(updated 2 September 2021 -  page 2 on distancing and refreshments)

The risk assessment related to the use of the church can be read by clicking this link:

Risk Assessment for Opening The Church Building to the Public         

(updated 23 September 2021 - reflecting church open for visitors, cleaning recommendations etc)

Occasional visitors & Private Prayer: 


We are pleased to announce that the church is now opened every day at around 9 am and locked at dusk. We suggest that visitors use hand gel on entering and leaving the church and that they do not touch surfaces, to help us keep our church COVID safe.

Weddings, funerals, baptisms and other commemorative events:

There are currently no government imposed limits on the number of people who can attend weddings, funerals and other life events.


For other enquiries:

COVID-19 information:

You can see the latest COVID-19 information from the Church of England on this link,  ...

and from the Diocese of Gloucester on their Coronavirus connection hub page.

Christian resources relating to prayers, broadcasts, streaming services etc can be found on the guidance for churches page and on the liturgy and prayer resources page.

Other services:

Streamed services are available from our sister church in Winchcombe by following a link on their home page.

You can find other live stream services or events to watch from home here and on Church Online.


“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength . . . Love your neighbour as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these.”