About Us

We hold services on the 4th Sunday of the month, usually an evening service at 5pm varying in style from traditional BCP Evensong through to informal services of prayer and praise. We welcome families and are child and animal friendly; we hold an annual Pet Blessing Service in the autumn and a local donkey regularly takes part in our Carol Service. Our church is well supported by the local community. Our fundraising and special events are supported and organised through our informal neighbourhood network. 

The church, which is on the route of the Wye Valley Walk, dates back to the 12th century. The western part of the chancel, the eastern part of the nave and one north window formed the original Norman church. In c1190 a three east bay south arcade was added. In the thirteenth century the building was extended with the addition of a new south doorway, a square south chapel with a two-bay arcade comprising of two tall lancet windows, there is another shorter in length in the north wall. There are two more bays to the west, these have wider arches and moulded capitals. The chancel was also doubled in length. The west tower was added in 1717.