Oldbury: St Nicholas, WV16 5EH
The church is situated in the small village of Oldbury on the outskirts of Bridgnorth in Shropshire. Originally a daughter church of Morville, it became independent after the dissolution of Shrewsbury Abbey. In 1948 it joined with St Mary Magdalene, Bridgnorth
There has been a church on the site since the 12th century, first recorded in 1138. It is largely the product of a Victorian restoration.
It is a small attractive church with limited kitchen facilities added in 1993, and has off road parking for up to 40 cars.
Oldbury Church is a beautiful place to have your wedding.
Common Worship Holy Communion
First Sundays All-age "Life and Soul" worship
Coffee, tea, squash and biscuits from 10.30am followed by informal all-age worship 10.45-11.30am. Sometimes including baptisms.
Fifth Sundays Book of Common Prayer
Fifth Sundays Book of Common Prayer:
Winter at 10.30am Morning Prayer or
Summer at 6.30pm Choral Evensong