St Denys Church
The church has stood on the hill above the village for many centuries - at least five hundred years before the village of St Dennis was created in the mid-nineteenth century. It stands within an Ironage hill fort, which reminds us that women and men have used the place for over three thousand years. The Celtic Cross on the pathway is evidence that Christians have worshipped there for nearly fifteen hundred years.
We are inheritors of this tradition, and in our own time have to make real Christ's message of love and healing to his world. That means we are committed to making the church a place where all are made welcome. It means that we are committed to serving our neighbour, knowing that all people are our neighbours, regardless of their belief. In 'religious' terms this means that we welcome the opportunity to invite others to worship with us, and that baptism and marriage is offered to all who want it.