• Organ Recital with Jennifer Bate

    The Friends of Woolhope Church Organ Recital, in the series to mark the completion of the Organ repairs and conservation with Jennifer Bate. Admission by ticket only. £10 per person, under 18's free. Tickets from Tanners Wines, Hereford; Fownhope Post Office; or the Secretary FOWC awgunn@icloud.com or telephone 01432 860624.
    All proceeds to The Friends of Woolhope Church. Read more

  • Lutter Piano Recital - Programme and Donation leaflet

    Piano Recital in aid of The Not Forgotten, details, programme and donation leaflet. Read more

  • Peter Lutter Piano Recital In aid of The Not Forgotten

    Piano Recital In aid of The Not Forgotten, A Tri-Service Military Charity which has been combating isolation and loneliness since 1920. Free parking on site and excellent disabled access. To secure your places at £20pp, email petertribe@icloud.com for payment details. Payment at the door also welcome. Read more

  • Celebration Eucharist

    On 7th May 1994, in a joyous service in Hereford Cathedral,
    15 women became the first to be ordained as priests in Hereford diocese. Now in 2019, we want to celebrate the 25th anniversary of that day by giving thanks for the ministry of all those men and women who have served and currently serve as priests in our diocese, followed by tea and cake in the Great Hall at the Bishop’s Palace.

     Preacher Right Reverend John Saxbee
    Celebrant The Revd Preb Jane Davies
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  • Is Forgiveness the Answer? The Queen's Foundation Annual Lecture 2019

    Reflections on living well after violence, abuse or betrayal. Light refreshments will be served after the lecture. All are welcome.
    E: enquire@queens.ac.uk or telephone + 44 (0)121 454 1527. Read more

  • The Forgotten Factor: Placing Community at the Heart of Mission

    The Forgotten Factor: Placing Community at the Heart of Mission with Mark Berry Read more

  • How to Use Words Well

    How to Use Words Well with Mark Earey Read more


    The 35th event takes place on 22 & 23 June 2019, with 14 glorious gardens to visit over the weekend. Tickets are £6.00, accompanied schoolchildren, free. Teas, plants and horticultural advice at Hightown Community Room. Flowers and music in St George's Church, Clun, for which all funds are raised for. Free parking at the Memorial Hall, Clun. Read more

  • The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion Conference

    "I don't think outside the box; I think of what I can do with the box". A Conference looking at the issues raised between the interface of science and religion.
    The Conference will start on the evening of Friday 8th November with a well known nationally respected speaker, followed on the Saturday 9th November by the actual Conference.
    (times tbc)

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