St Andrew's was built as a mission church to people whose work was based in the Wyre Forest. It is a small corrugated-iron-roofed mission church built in the nineteenth century. The church seats about 60 people and is normally open only for services once a month. There is limited parking next to the building and no churchyard.
The church is supported by a friendly and loyal congregation.
A Holy Communion service is usually held on the second Sunday of each month at 11.15 am.
Other services are held in St Anne's Bewdley, St Leonard's, Ribbesford and All Saints' Wribbenhall. Please see details on the Parish website.