Service at St Weonards

Pancake race

Clypping the church at Orcop

Churches and communities in 

South West Herefordshire 

St Weonards : Garway : Tretire : Pencoyd : Hentland : Hoarwithy : Orcop
Latest news

New Bishop appointed
The new Bishop of Hereford will be the Right Reverend Richard Frith. He has been a curate and vicar in and around London and Team Rector at Keynsham (spelt Keynsham) near Bristol. He has also been a Prebendary at Wells Cathedral and Archdeacon of Taunton. Since 1998 he has been Suffragan Bishop of Hull.

The fete season began successfully at Treago on Saturday 14th June with more visitorss coming froma distance than ever before. Lots of fun was enjoyed by all. Thanks to the Mynors family for hosting and for tours of the Castle.

20 people
braved the early morning chill for our 5.30am Easter Morning Service on Garway Hill!

The St Weonards Benefice

The St Weonards Benefice (or grouping) is part of the Archenfield Group of Churches within the Deanery of Ross and Archenfield in the Diocese of Hereford. Churches in the benefice are St Weonards, Garway, Tretire, Pencoyd, Hentland, Hoarwithy and Orcop.

Coming up...
Aug 16
Garway Live
Bella Coolins and The Blue
Details here

Sat 23 Aug from 12 noon
Garway Fun Day

Mon 25 Aug - 2.30pm
Orcop Fete at the Parish Hall

Sun 31 Aug 11am
Service in the Woods
Garway Hill
Details here

Sun 31 Aug (pm)
Sheep Shearing contest at Garway Moon

Sat 13 Sep
Big Sing at Hoarwithy
Details here

4 – 10 Oct

Group pilgrimage to Iona Abbey

Important correction!
Please note that the service times for Sunday 24th August as shown in the parish magazine are incorrect. These are the correct service times:
St Weonards
Family Communion
Evening Prayer

Service in the Woods on Garway Hill
Sunday 31st  August at 11.00 a.m.
Full details of the new venue and a map are on the Clergy Page
The clergy team
Vicar Elaine Goddard
Curate Frances Pullen
Revd Elaine Goddard     
     Revd Frances Pullen
About us...
Situated in a beautiful part of one of the most rural areas in England, and close to the Welsh border, this is a lively, forward looking group of parishes and communities. This is a place where community is important, and where the churches, the parishes, the farms, the villages and the individual people are closely interwoven. 

If you are a local, this website aims to keep you up to date with local information, with our forthcoming church services and community events and with ways in which we are tackling our future. For visitors, we hope it will give you a flavour of the area and some ideas about what you'll find when you come here. We aim to keep the website up to date - it's updated at least once a week and sometimes daily.

If you'd like somewhere to be quiet, to pray or to see and touch history, you'll find all our churches open every day - there are some stunning things to be seen both inside and outside the churches and visitors are always welcome. And do come and join us at any of our regular and one-off events, for worship on Sundays or at one of our quiet services of healing and meditation.

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