St Peter, Powick, is one of four churches in the Benefice of, Powick, Guarlford and Madresfield with Newland. The group of churches is also known by the friendly name of Old Hills Malvern
Revd Gary Crellin was instituted to the Benefice by Bishop Graham on 27th May 2018. If you would like to discuss either a wedding, baptism, funeral, or any other matter, such as a visit at home, please contact Rev Gary - click the 'Get in touch' tab on the left of the page for contact details.
The church is contained within a large churchyard extending to the north and south of the building, overlooking the flood plains of the rivers Teme and Severn. When entering and leaving the church please take care because of the unexpected steps down and up as you pass beneath the bell tower.
With parts originating from the twelfth century, the church consists of a tower at the west end, nave with north and south aisles, north and south transepts, and a chancel beyond. In recent years toilet and kitchen facilities have been provided and a gathering space created at the rear of the church which has very fine oak pews, a decorated chancel and a number of beautiful stained glass windows.
There is now a Garden of Remembrance and a York stone path has been laid from the lych-gate to the church door. Parking is available in the long drive up to the church.
Refreshments are often served after services.
If there is a 5th Sunday in the month there is often a United Benefice service at one of the four churches in the Benefice.
Please refer either to the Old Hills Malvern website http://www.oldhillsmalvern.co.uk or the Powick parish magazine for information about services in the Benefice.