St. Nicholas Church is easily the oldest building in Warndon Villages. Built in the 12th century, this small white church overlooks the Worcestershire countryside on the edge of the housing development that has grown up around it.
The church building is Church of England, but at the time of the restoration in the early 1990s, the church was established in a partnership scheme comprised of the Church of England, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church. Currently the partnership is between the Anglican and Methodist Churches.
Church life is welcoming and varied, reflecting the two churches which share the life of St. Nicholas. The current Priest-in-charge is Anglican, but the worship and witness also encompasses the ethos of the Methodist Church.