Whitbourne: St John The Baptist, WR6 5RS
Whitbourne itself is just one of a group of six former parishes which make up the Parish of Greater Whitbourne. There are four churches still in use and lovingly cared for, but the one at Wolferlow has now been made redundant.
The parish is situated in beautiful countryside in the North East of the County of Herefordshire. Bounded on the East by the River Teme and on the South by Bringsty Common, the western part consists of sparsely populated farmland, while Whitbourne itself is a large village, many of whose inhabitants are connected with farming, and some of whom work in Worcester or Birmingham.
This is a family-friendly non-eucharistic morning service, designed to be suitable for regular use and for a variety of contexts. Derived from a New Patterns for Worship sample format.
A more formal Sung Eucharist service, gradually being established, which might include incense in the future.
A non-eucharistic family-friendly service based on Matins, sometimes "themed", usually lay-led by a member of the Local Ministry Development Group. The "sermon" slot is sometimes replaced by a talk by a lay person.
Holy Communion with organ or recorded music for hymns.
Holy Communion (said)
This service is no longer held. Holy |communion is available at Upper Sapey on the 1st Sunday each month, at 9:30am. See the Whitbourne Home page for latest details of services in Greater Whitbourne churches.