About Us

We are an active worshipping community and hold two services of worship each month: a Common Worship communion service on the 2nd Sunday and a service of the word on a 4th Sunday.

Our regular attendees organise various fund-raising events in the village of Staunton and help to support local community iniatives, such as the Village Hub, which meets every fortnight in the village hall. We host the children of Staunton Primary School for an Advent season celebration, an Easter story experience and welcome local families to a Christingle and Crib service.

A recent highlight added to our calendar was a Climate Sunday service. Our church, situated at the southern end of Staunton village, overlooks a valley with magnificent views stretching out toward the river Wye and beyond. T

The church dates back to Norman times and, thanks to works completed in April 2020, is in very good order and includes a toilet and kitchenette. Our church building contains some very interesting historical features. There is an unbuttressed 13th century west tower with a big pyramid roof. Beneath inside the tower are Jacobean panels consisting of 15th century medallions. The nave contains late Norman doorways a 13th century lancet and 14th century windows. All that remains of a former transeptal north chapel are two crude bay arcades.