The Diocese of Hereford is predominantly rural in character. The main centre of population is the ancient and historic city of Hereford. Read More Here..
Church of England
The roots of the Church of England go back to the time of the Roman Empire when a Christian church came into existence in what was then the Roman province of Britain.
There are two other Churches in Tenbury Wells. Relations are good between the congregations and there has seemed to be little need for the informal links to be reflected at an institutional level with a “Churches Together”. There is an emergency prayer chain which comes into action whenever prayer is needed. There is an informal ecumenical grouping, “Christians along the Teme” which also shares with neighbouring parishes in the Worcester diocese.
Methodist Church traditionally use a fourfold approach to learn about our Christian faith and apply it to contemporary issues and to our Christian practice:
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Roman Catholic Churches
We have a very vibrant Parish Community, with many groups and associations, an excellent school, and varied social facilities.
The Tenbury Team values its links with the wider community and is involved with the following:
The Royal British Legion Local Branches Click Here..
Royal Naval Association Click Here..
Tenbury Drugs and Alcohol Forum
Tenbury Community Education Partnership
Tenbury NILS Scheme
Tenbury Citizen’s Advice Bureau Click Here..
and local charities.
Maramba Deanery Link.
Hereford Diocese is formally linked with four dioceses in Tanzania and in 2005 the Tenbury Team set up a link with Maramba Deanery in Tanga Diocese Tanzania. Two members of the LMDG went to Tanzania in 2005 and since then there has been much communication and many reciprocal visits between Tenbury Team and Maramba Deanery. A committee manages the Link and co-ordinates fundraising. The link is founded on friendship, mutual support and partnership. Click here to read more.....
Burford C of E Primary School.
Burford CE Primary School is a small school with a roll of around 140 pupils. The Open the Book Team go in weekly. The Team Vicar is an ex-officio governor. The school hold their special services the Parish Church.
Clee Hill Community Academy.
Clee Hill Community School is a small school with 130 children on roll. The Open the Book Team go in weekly. The Team Rector is a community governor. The school enjoys working with St Peter's Church.
Tenbury C E Primary Academy.
Tenbury C of E Primary School has a roll of around 250 pupils. The Open the Book Team go in weekly. The Team Rector is ex-officio governor. The school hold their Harvest Festival, Christmas Service, Easter Service and Leavers’ Service in the Parish Church. The school choir has also taken part in Family Services.
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Tenbury High Ormiston Academy.
Tenbury High Ormiston Academy has 500 students on roll. The School takes part in Civic Services in the Parish Church and a small group of students have helped with gardening in the churchyard. Their Carol Servicein held in church. This summer a successful project for the new Year 7 students was organised by the Team in partnership with the school and Cafe 27.