THE CHURCH OF ST. EDMUND,        King and Martyr.

Since 1922 this church has been the parish church of the ecclesiastical parish of Stoulton with Drakes Broughton. The building itself dates from around 1120 and is one of the oldest church buildings in Worcestershire.

REGULAR SERVICE PATTERN

In common with all Church of England churches St. Edmund's is currently closed but Sunday worship continues.  Our vicar, the Revd Emma Goldby, is streaming Sunday services from her home.  You can follow the service on Facebook. Just go to St Barnabas Church, Drakes Broughton at 10am.

To contact Revd Emma email revdemmagoldby@gmail.com or telephone 01905 840752

1st Sunday of the month at 10am. Holy Communion

3rd Sunday of the month at 8am.  Morning Prayer

On the 5th Sundays the service will take place in one to the 19 churches in the northern group in Pershore Deanery.

We follow our morning services with coffee and a chat

BELL RINGING

The bells are rung for the 6pm services, Bell ringing practise takes place on a Tuesday evening at 7.30pm

OPEN CHURCH

OPEN CHURCH  The church is currently not open for visitors   More information

 

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