The building you see now is largely Victorian, but we know that a church has stood on this spot for about a thousand years and although we have no historical records, Christian worship here might well go back even further.
Our parish is part of the Wulfric Benefice, which takes its name from a holy man who lived in this church during the 12th Century. For an astonishing 29 years, Wulfric stayed enclosed in his cell, which was located where the vestry is now. His reputation as a healer and counsellor spread far and wide and he attracted visitors from all over Britain.
Whether you visit our church during the week or join us for Sunday worship, we hope that you will find here something of God’s peace and the warmth of Christian fellowship.
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