Cradley Church, Herefordshire

Welcome
Cradley Church

Welcome to the parish church of St. James the Great in Cradley. The Village of Cradley is blessed with a splendid historic church situated in the heart of the village surounded by beautiful rural English countryside. Black and white timbered cottages vie with up to the minute eco friendly housing. The history of the church is a fascinating one, however, the life of the church today is focused on forward looking worship and remaining relevant to the village population of today ... while the active bell-ringing group ensure that the village is still able to enjoy the sound of the church bells. The church is open from 9 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m. in the summer.

Why not support the work of the church and its maintenance by joining the Cradley Church 100 Club? Joining forms are now available.



Services in Cradley this week
Wednesday 20 February 2019 at 10:00 AM

Holy Communion (CW)

Sunday 24 February 2019 at 10:30 AM
2 before Lent
Family Communion (CW)

Monday 25 February 2019 at 4:30 PM

Evening Prayer (said)

Our Rector
Revd Robert Ward

The Revd Robert Ward's ministry covers the parishes of Mathon, Cradley and Storridge, in addition to this he is also Rural Dean for the Ledbury Deanary.

The Rectory,
Rectory Lane
Cradley
Herefordshire
WR13 5LQ

01886 880438

The next Cradley event:
St David's Day Concert
St David's Day Concert
Sunday 3 March 2019 at 3:00 PM at Cradley Church
A concert performed by Worcester Male Voice Choir and Harpist Shelley Fairplay. Tickets (to include refreshments) cost fifteen pounds and are available from Cradley Butchers and the Red Lion or ring 01886 880529 / 880402. Any profits will be shared between Cradley Church and Cradley Village Hall
The next Benefice event:
Lent Talk: Hereford Cathedral's Secrets
Lent Talk: Hereford Cathedral's Secrets
Tuesday 19 March 2019 at 7:30 PM at Cradley Village Hall
Penny will give an illustrated talk about the structure of Hereford Cathedral through the ages, giving life to some of the people who have left their mark on what we see today - including our two famous saints - St. Ethelbert (8th c.) and St. Thomas Bishop of Hereford (13th c.), and some of the treasures within the Cathedral. (Admission free, all welcome)
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