Church of England Diocese of Hereford Moccas

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Small, flat car park at the end of a short lane, but the path from it to the church is uphill over grass.
Once parked, please use the right hand (as you face the church) kissing gate as there is a handrail up the slope.
The route from the left hand kissing gate is shorter, but steeper and with no rail.
For larger events, the field beside the carpark may be open, or the field to the right of the church.

We have a number of large print hymn books.


Our Building

A Grade I Listed Norman church, built of local tufa stone, and is one of those churches where time seems to have stood still.
See http://greatenglishchurches.co.uk/html/moccas.html for more information


Music and Worship

The splendid organ dominates the west end; Gillbert Scott designed it and Thomas Kempe painted it.
The case is considered to be of significant importance.
Funding is currently being sought for a restoration project

Book of Common Prayer Services

Groups, Courses and Activities

There is a Bible Study group and Bible Book Club within the benefice, please contact our vicar for more info.

Community event

There is a monthly Messy Church within the benefice, please contact our vicar for more info.

There are Mothers' Union groups within the benefice, please see https://www.hereford.anglican.org/mothersunion/ for more info.


Help for Visitors

A guidebook can be found in the church - free (though donations always gratefully received!)

Church Open

Other Features

Moccas Village Hall is available for hire - see: https://sites.google.com/site/moccasvillage/contact-us