Built in 1730 to suit the town's growing population, All Saints is a marvellous example of Georgian architecture.
Discover the wonder of West Lindsey's sacred heritage.
Churches in Lincolnshire's western plains all share in a celebration of a rich architecture and heritage, of beautiful tranquility and spirituality, and a welcoming oasis of peace and calm in today's busy world.
Gainsborough was once a thriving inland port situated on the bank of the river Trent, the splendour of the Georgian All Saints church, a reminder of the town's wealth. Nearby Stow St Mary lays claim to being one of England's most important Saxon parish churches; walk in the steps of Bishop Hugh on his pilgrimage path to Lincoln, a route he often took with his loyal pet swan.
To the east are the Wolds hilltop villages with their ironstone churches which, on a summer's evening, cast a wonderful orange glow all around. So, pack a picnic and head to the county's unspoilt western region.
Every church has a story to tell.