Dorchester Abbey

Dorchester Abbey

The Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul  lies 8 miles to the south of Oxford and is open daily dawn until dusk. More usually known as Dorchester Abbey, the Abbey Church of St Peter and St Paul is the parish church of Dorchester-on-Thames, a small Oxfordshire village with just over 1000 inhabitants, located 8 miles south-east of Oxford (map). Read more…

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About the Location:

The Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul  lies 8 miles to the south of Oxford and is open daily dawn until dusk. More usually known as Dorchester Abbey, the Abbey Church of St Peter and St Paul is the parish church of Dorchester-on-Thames, a small Oxfordshire village with just over 1000 inhabitants, located 8 miles south-east of Oxford (map). It has a lively and active congregation, with 116 persons on the electoral roll.

The Rector is the Revd Sue Booys, who is Area Dean and also the Team Rector for six adjoining parishes within the Diocese of Oxford.

Practical information:

Open All Year 8.00 am - 6.00 pm (summer) / 8.00 am - dusk (winter), and entry is free. See website for services.

Address:

Dorchester Abbey
High Street
Dorchester
OX10 7HH
Oxfordshire

Telephone: 01865 340007

Official website: http://www.dorchester-abbey.org.uk/