Cleeton St Mary: St Mary, DY14 0QU
As a first step in easing the lockdown due to Covid-19, churches may now open for limited times only for private prayer only, with proper precautions in place. This church will be open on Tuesdays from 10 am to 5 pm.
High up on the side of the Titterstone Clee Hill is the village of Cleeton St Mary. The Victorian church, along with the vicarage, almshouses and school, were all built by Revd George Pardoe of Bitterley, to serve the mining and smallholding communities of this side of the hill. The church is still active, with two services a month, and often visited by passing hill-walkers, who know there are refreshments available inside! A warm and friendly welcome awaits you if you would like to join us for worship.
Services for the Fourth Sunday after Trinity, 5th July
Click on 'More about this event' at the bottom of this panel for a recorded service for July 5th. The written service can be found by clicking on 'View attachment' below. This week's service especially celebrates the 72nd anniversary of the NHS.