Facilities and features
There are 3 toilets in the building, including an accessible toilet.
A wall mounted a changing table is available in the accessible toilet
Limited car parking during the week. At the weekend we use the carpark by the school, opposite the pub. From there it is about 500meters to walk to the church doors.
There is a permanent ramp, to assist people with mobility issues, wheelchair users and for prams and pushchairs to give access into the nave.
There are some large print copies of the communion liturgy, and hymn books. Please ask.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
The building is open daily. There is a small prayer corner in the south isle. Candles are available.
St. Peter's Worfield is a Grade2* listed building with a rich history.
Post office in the village, open Monday to Saturday.
Music and Worship
We have a ring of 6 bells. Currently we can only manage to ring the bells at weddings. If anyone out there would like to learn the art of bell ringing and become part of the team please contact the tower captain.
Every Wednesday at 11am a small gathering for a service of Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Every Thursday from 9am- 12noon. Coffee cake and fellowship. All Welcome
Help for Visitors
Church open daily from 8am
We support the Bridgnorth Food bank. There is a box to collect donations of non perishable foods at the back of the nave. The box is emptied regularly.
The parish of Worfield is in a conservation area, with many miles of footpaths crossing the land. Please ask at the post office for more details.