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The Tenbury Team is made up of twelve churches, which stretch from St Michaels in the south to Clee Hill in the north. Each church has a different character, but you will always be assured of a warm welcome in all of our churches.


St Mary’s is an ornate 14th century church, which has been restored over the years with the preaching cross being re-dedicated in 2010. It is adjacent to the Burford Garden Centre and has its own flower festival and snowdrop weekends.
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St Peter’s is worth finding, and sits in an immaculate churchyard. There’s a welcoming and relaxed congregation and all are invited to ‘come as you are’.
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Greete is an agricultural parish, and the farming community comes together for the big festivals of Easter, Christmas, Harvest and Rogation days. At St James, the singing is enthusiastic and there is a long connection to Geordie campers.
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Hope Bagot:

St John the Baptist is an ancient and tiny building, built next to an venerable yew which has survived since the Roman occupation and holy well. It is rooted in the Prayer Book tradition and is a well known for its festival and fete. Worth a visit if you’re rambling nearby.
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Little Hereford:

A peaceful haven by the River Teme, much frequented by walkers. The church of St Mary Magdelene sits amongst immense trees – including a Cedar of Lebanon – and encourages those who wish to pray with a prayer station and cards. On Sundays you will find a variety of services and musical styles.
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St John the Baptist boasts the best heating in the team, and interesting modern stained glass. With Boraston, it regularly holds a variety of community social events, coffee and cake takes place on the first Tuesday of the calender month at 11.00am.
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Boraston – the sister church of Nash – lies in the heart of a farming community and takes part in the ‘Caring for God’s Acre’ scheme. The building is noted for its cedar shingles and lych gate.
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St Michaels:

St Michaels played an important part in the revival of church music in this country, and for many years formed part of a choir school founded by Sir Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley. The tradition continues with visiting choirs, a famous Father Willis organ much recorded by the BBC, and musical concerts. The building is a mini cathedral with amazing stained glass. St Michaels benefits greatly from the support of The Ouseley Church Music Trust please go here to visit the Trust’s website
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St Mary’s functions as the mother church of the team, and is often used by the community for social and civic events. There is regular all age worship, with Sunday school and a children’s corner. The building houses many historic treasures and the bell tower has a peal of 6 bells.
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Tucked away in the foothills of Clee Hill, St Mary’s is approached though its graveyard which takes part in the “Caring for God’s Acre” scheme. On the way into the church you’ll pass a medieval preaching cross, which is at the centre of an annual outdoor service. St Mary’s is noted for its William Morris designed Burne-Jones window, and annual Daffodil Daze. You’ll find a warm welcome and, more often than not, food and drink after the service
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