We are a small, but very welcoming country church situated at the end of a quiet lane off the B4084 two miles from junction 7 of the M5 motorway on the way to Pershore. Our post code is WR7 4RE. Visitors are very welcome but you need to know that we have no toilet! Most of our services take place in the chancel which is warmer and more intimate than the nave. Big services, wedding and funerals and special events are held in the nave. Christmas services are often in candlelight and the effect is magical.
1st Sunday at 10am. Holy Communion
2nd Sunday at 6pm. Evening Prayer. The bells ring for this service.
3rd Sunday at 10am. Morning Prayer. A time for fellowship and refreshment takes place after the service.
4th Sunday No service in St. Edmund's. Try St. Barnabas at Drakes Broughton.
5th Sunday services revolve around the group of parishes situated to the north of Pershore.
Our church building is nearly 900 years old but you would never believe it. It is a simple, two cell early Norman building with a west end tower, the foot print has not changed over the centuries. We are not sure about the tower, we do know that the current tower was built in 1936 and that there have been at least two previous towers. Inside the ring of 6 bells is rung regularly, the ringers will ring for weddings if arranged in advance.
October 2017. We have just won the £10,000 prize for the winning entry to the Ecclesiastical Great Community Mural Competition. This money will be put towards the upgrading of our church ammenities to comply with current legislation and the comfort of our residents and visitors.