Facilities and features


A toilet is situated at the rear of the church nave at the base of the bell tower.

There is a car park accessed from the Yoxall Road A515, from which there are steps up to the churchyard and church. This car park is only open during service times.
At other times, and for those with mobility difficulties, access is available from Church Lane through the main gate. A short level path leads to the church entrance.

A sound system is installed throughout the church which includes an induction loop.

Our Building

The church is open every day from 9.00a.m. until 5.00p.m. or dusk throughout the year and therefore is available for private prayer or just sitting in quiet contemplation.

The church is a Grade I listed building dating from about 1100A.D.

Music and Worship

We share our ringers with Mavesyn Ridware church so they ring at each church on alternate Sundays when there is a 10.30a.m. service.

The Kings Bromley Harmony Choir hold occasional excellent concerts in church during the year.

We have an excellent organ which accompanies the 10.30a.m. Sunday services.

These are said services at 9.00a.m.

A church choir is present at the 10.30a.m. Sunday services which are Common Worship.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Children and staff from the Richard Crosse School hold services in church throughout the year, such as Easter, Harvest, Nativity and End of Term, and are supported by many parents.

Help for Visitors

An information sheet about the church and its history is available free of charge inside the church.

Birthday and other occasion cards, wrapping paper and many other items are available in church daily.
Also a Saturday morning 'Card Sale' is held occasionally in Kings Bromley Village Hall with free coffee/tea and biscuits.

The church and churchyard are open every day from 9.00a.m. until about 5.00p.m. (dusk in winter)
Visitors are very welcome but pets should be on a lead in the churchyard please.

Other Features

This church is a collection point for contributions for Lichfield Foodbank.

We are in the Kings Bromley Conservation Area.