All Saints Church was built in 1879 for the people of Wribbenhall and is surrounded by a churchyard.
In 2011, following the retirement of the vicar, no new one was appointed and we became part of a benefice joining with the neighboring Bewdley parish.
Worship services are held every Sunday at 9.30 am, apart from the 1st Sunday of the month when a benefice service is held at 10.30, on a rotating basis. It has a regular attendance of around 30 people who appreciate its traditional style services with a modern outlook. A choir sings at all services apart from said communion.
Many people say they like the church because of it's choir and organ for music, the style of service and wonderful calm atmosphere inside the building.
On Mondays the church is open for the Monday Club from 10 am to 12 noon, during which a thriving Knit and Natter group meet.
On the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 10am to 12 noon, there is a monthly book sale with hundreds of books, CD's DVD's and Jigsaws available for purchase. The church is also available for people seeking a drink and chat.
In late 2018 a small portion of the ceiling came down and for safety reasons the nave was closed, although the back of the church remains open for both Sunday services and small scale events. The PCC are working towards repairing the ceiling and fully re-opening the church.