St Peter & St Paul Stoke Lacy

St Peter and St Paul, Stoke Lacy is a village church with a vibrant, though small, congregation. It is part of the Bromyard Benefice. The church is open daily and welcomes visitors. There has been a church on this site from at least 1279, possibly earlier. It is now largely a Victorian restoration with an arch from the earlier Norman church. 

The Morgan link:

There are five beautiful stained-glass windows dedicated to the Morgan family, four in the church and one in the porch. Harry Morgan, son of George Morgan, rector of St Peter and St Paul for 50 years, founded the Morgan Motor Company in 1910.

VIA BEATA – a way of blessing:

The PCC is committed to making Stoke Lacy a way-station along the 400 mile route of the new Via Beata. Way-stations are being linked by existing footpaths and public rights-of-way so that pilgrims can walk or ride across the UK and be presented with the good news about Jesus at each station. In 2021 Through Faith Missions ‘Walk the Way’ missionaries walked along the entire route and visited Stoke Lacy and Bromyard; this sowed the seed that our church could be involved in this missional outreach.


1st Sunday: 4pm PM Praise with afternoon tea

2nd and 4th Sundays: 10.30 Holy Communion

3rd Sunday: 6.30 pm Sanctuary

5th Sunday: No service

Get in touch

Parish Administrator

St Peter's Church
Church Lane

Janet Morgan
01885 483 749
Church Warden
01885 482384

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What's on


Monthly. Every Fourth Sunday at for 30 mins
St Peter & St Paul Stoke Lacy
A465 Stoke Lacy Bromyard, HR7 4HH, United Kingdom

A calm time for prayer and reflection. Usually half an hour.

6.30 pm during summer months, April to October inclusive; 4pm in winter months.

Notice of service variation from normal

Lent Easter Notices


Our parish of Stoke Lacy & Moreton Jeffries is committed to safeguarding children, young people and adults from harm. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies. The Diocese of Hereford’s safeguarding pages contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor (DSA), who also acts as our Parish Safeguarding Office (PSO). If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm please contact the DSA on 07999028076 or 01432271355 or email [email protected]. If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority’s children or adult social care services.