Ss Peter and Paul Church, Worminghall dates back to 1150, and was restored in Victorian times, when a new south porch was built and a vestry added. The tower is 15th century, and houses three bells which are rung regularly.
We meet every Sunday for worship, including a family service, a morning communiion, an evensong once a month and a early morning said communion following the Prayer book.
The Church is situated on the edge of the village and is reached via a paddock. It is left open during daylight hours for villagers and visitors to use for prayer and meditation.
We have regular social events including Pancake tea, progressive supper, harvest supper and carols in the Pub. There is regulare "Time Out" coffee mornings at the village Hall and a bi-weekly moms & toddler group, and a short Children's Service every first Sunday of the month at 10.00.
Worminghall is also well-known for its annual Church Village Fete which is held in September.
We look forward to welcoming you to our church.