Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
The Parish Church of St Clydawg in Clodock
St Clydawg's is part of the Black Mountains Group of Parishes. We are open and welcoming to all people at all times.
Our regular services are:
1st Sunday Holy Communion (Common Worship) 11.00am
2nd Sunday Evening Prayer (BCP) 6.30pm
3rd Sunday Family Service 11.00am
4th Sunday Holy Communion (BCP) 6.30pm
For all other services, please see our website.
The Parish Church of St Mary in Craswall
Craswall is part of the Black Mountains Group of Parishes. The church is open and welcoming to everyone.
Regular services are at 9.30am on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month
1st Sunday: Family Service
3rd Sunday: Holy Communion (Common Worship)
Details of other services and events can be found on our website
The Parish Church of St Peter & St Beuno in Llanveynoe
We are part of the Black Mountains Group of Parishes: we are an open and welcoming church.
We have services on the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month
2nd Sunday: Holy Communion (Common Worship)
4th Sunday: Morning Prayer (Common Worship)
For details of other services and events, please go to our website
The Parish Church of St Michael in Michaelchurch Escley
St Michael's is part of the Black Mountains Group of Parishes. We are open and welcoming to all.
There is a regular service at St Michael's once every three weeks.
For details of these and for other events and services, please go to our website
St Margaret's Herefordshire
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