Church of England Diocese of Hereford Vowchurch and Turnastone

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Limited roadside parking outside the church. A larger area is available by permission of a local farmer, a short walk away.

A defibrillator is available at the village hall - opposite the church

The entrance path is up a gentle slope. There is one step down into the church and a ramp is available

We do not have a loop system, but there is a sound reinforcement system used for most services.

A large print hymn book is available on request.

Well behaved dogs are welcome, including assistance dogs.


Our Building

The church is open daily during the daytime for private prayer.
Please adhere to Covid-19 restrictions including use of hand sanitisers, social distancing and recording your visit with contact details on the sheet provided.

Grade I listed


Music and Worship

The church has three bells, which are rung for weddings or other special events. One bell is chimed to announce Sunday services. A YouTube video of the bells is avaialable at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XE13aazLYY

We have a modern electronic organ with a single manual, and a fine tonal range.
There is also a good quality piano.


Groups, Courses and Activities


Help for Visitors

Tours can be arranged on request. Use the "Get in touch" tab.

A guidebook and history is on sale in the church.
There is also a special display, with accompanying booklet, about a former vicar, Skeffington Dodgson, who was the brother of the author Lewis Carroll.

Home made preserves are on sale in the church porch, in support of church funds.
There are also postcards for sale, as well as guide booklets.
A full listing of memorial inscriptions in the church and churchyard is available - see our website to order online.

The church is open daily during the daytime. Visitors welcome.
Please adhere to Covid-19 restrictions including use of hand sanitisers, social distancing and recording your visit with contact details on the sheet provided.


Other Features

We have a collection station for the Hereford food bank. Donations of non-perishable items should be placed in the bucket near the church door.