St. Michael & All Angels, Chetwynd
Chetwynd is an ancient parish that has record of a priest in the Domesday Book. There have been a succession of church buildings in the locality, with the present church being consecrated in 1867: this beautiful grade II listed building is an example of the Victorian Gothic style by Benjamin Ferrey.
We are a friendly congregration, that invites you to join us in worship: our services use the Book of Common Prayer.
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