Church of England Diocese of Hereford Vowchurch and Turnastone

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Limited roadside parking only

Well behaved dogs welcome, including assistance dogs.


Our Building

Open for individual prayer

Listed Grade II*


Music and Worship

Although there are two bells, dated c.1520 and 1774. They are out of use and in need of restoration. We are currently looking at options to restore at least one of the bells. We shall need substantial funding. If you are interested please contact us, or make a donation through the button on our website http://www.wyedoreparishes.org.uk/Turnastone.htm

A foot-pumped reed organ (harmonium) is available to accompany hymns etc. Volunteer organists welcome - please get in touch. At other times we have recorder players, and when there is no musician we use pre-recorded organ accompaniments.

During Covid restrictions we use recorded hymns.

The majority of our services follow the Book of Common Prayer


Groups, Courses and Activities


Help for Visitors

Tours can be organised by arrangement - use the contact us page

A brief history and guide leaflet is on sale in the church, and also a postcard.
Visit us in late winter to see the display of snowdrops ("candlemas bells") in the churchyard, followed in spring by a magnificent carpet of daffodils.

The church is open during the day on most days, but best to check before making a special journey.
Please comply with Covid-19 restrictions (face covering, hand sanitiser, record your visit on the sheet provided).


Other Features