St Andrew's, Grafham is a beautiful country church, designed, built and lavishly decorated by Henry Woodyer. Although we are a small congregation we love God, we love our church and we try to love and serve our neighbours.
Our weekly worship on Sundays at 11.15am is from the Book of Common Prayer, compiled in the sixteenth century by Thomas Cranmer, and modified in 1662. Our services, of either Holy Communion or Mattins (Morning Prayer) have been familiar to generations of Christians for the wonderful language - dignified and memorable phrases that speak so clearly to our human condition.
On the first Sunday of the summer months (May to September) we replace the morning service with Evening Prayer at 6.00pm, using the beautiful, traditional words of the Book of Common Prayer, with a glass of wine afterwards.
We very much look forward to meeting you.