THE CHURCH OF ST. EDMUND,        King and Martyr.

This church is part of the ecclesiastical parish of Stoulton with Drakes Broughton. The building is one of the oldest church buildings in Worcestershire and was built in the early Norman in style.

SERVICES in ST. EDMUND's CHURCH

 

OUR PATTERN OF SERVICES HAS CHANGED! 

For the time being we will be meeting for worship at 9.30 every Sunday and you are very welcome to join us.

 

We are delighted to have be joined by the congregation from St Barnabas Drakes Broughton while they await repair to their ceiling

 

 

SERVICES STREAMED on Facebook

Sunday Services come from St. Barnabas our sister church in Drakes Broughton. They are broadcast at 9.30 am.

On Wednesdays Morning Prayer comes from the Vicar's office at 10am. 

 

For both services go to the St Barnabas Church Drakes Broughton Facebook page.

 

Contact Revd Emma Goldby at email revdemmagoldby@gmail.com or telephone 01905 840752

BELL RINGING

Bell ringing practise takes place on a Tuesday evening at 7.30pm

OPEN CHURCH

MUCKNELL ABBEY

The Parish is also home to a community of Benedictine monks and nuns. They have renovated a local farmhouse and converted it into a very modern Abbey and monastery while keeping the name that appeared in the Domesday Book Mucknell Abbey