For centuries this building has been at the heart of this  friendly community. It is always open and provides a social meeting place in addition to being a peaceful sanctuary for quiet reflection, worship and thanksgiving. Set in the beautiful Corvedale valley this small 13th century church has an entrance door dating from c.1200 and a weatherboarded belfry with pyramid roof. 

Following the example by Coventry Cathedral we extend a warm welcome to everyone.





Painting of our church 1789
Painted by Reverend Williams


The BUTTY VAN - set up by Hereford Diocese and the Methodist Ministry started in Herefordshire.  It is now being introduced into Shropshire.  The aim of the service is to provide all types of support to farmers, their families and  other rural community members. 

A warm invitation goes out to come along and hear what is on offer. Even if you think it isn't applicable to you - you may know someone who would benefit.  More information can be found on and go to their blog.