Storridge Church, Herefordshire

Welcome
Storridge Church

Welcome to the parish church of St. John the Evangelist in Storridge.

Storridge is a rural Herefordshire parish with a beautiful parish church designed by Frederick Preedy. The congregation share traditional Christian worship and values, reaching out into the wider community with a hand of friendship and welcome to all who would wish to join them.

The history of the church is a fascinating one and the stained glass is a fine example of Preedy's work with an unusually wide third light.

The church hosts an annual programme of literary (and other) events open to all.

The parish church of St. John the Evangelist in Storridge is situated close to the junction of the B4219 with the A4103 Hereford to Worcester road. If you are planning a visit to the church, either to attend a service or an event, you can find directions and other information for visitors on this website.


Daily Bible Passage for


Services in Storridge this week
Storridge Church Altar

Wednesday 3 March 2021 at 6:30 PM
Live-streamed Evening Prayer from the Rectory

Please join us online (or by 'phone on 0330 221 0097 with Access Code: 496-060-773)

Other services this week:

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

robert.ward776@gmail.com

The next Storridge event:
There are currently no up-coming events at Storridge Church, please be sure to come back and check again soon
The next Benefice event:
There are currently no up-coming Benefice events, please be sure to come back and check again soon
Coronavirus-covid-19

A MESSAGE FROM THE RECTOR (updated 31 January 2021)

Although our church is open for private prayer during the week our services are all live-streamed from the Rectory as we continue to come together only 'virtually' online and by telephone. Please check the ‘services’ page of this website for more details.

Fundraising has been hit hard this past year, as have other crucial sources of income, including summer weddings. Since it's difficult at present to plan events of any kind which involve people coming together, could we ask you to consider making a special donation to your local parish church or even setting up a regular payment via the Parish Giving Scheme?

Thank you for your consideration.

Your Rector,
Robert Ward

'Virtual' Meetings in Lent
Lent book 2021

A STORY FOR LENT

Join us in a light-hearted exploration of some more serious themes, through a story in weekly instalments during each week in Lent.


All are welcome to meet ‘virtually’ and talk these over each Thursday evening starting at 7.30 p.m., join online or dial in by telephone via 03302 210097 with access code: 192589309#.

If you know someone who would like to join in but who does not have access to the internet, please contact the Rector, to arrange a paper copy.

#LiveLent
Live Lent 2021

RESOURCES FOR LENT

#LIVELENT 2021 The Church of England's Lent resources theme for 2021, building on the success of recent years, is #LiveLent: God's Story, Our Story (based on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book for 2021, Living His Story by Hannah Steele). Find out more, download the smartphone app., access daily reflections and a host of other resources via the Church of England's website.

Newsletter
Candle and Cross

NEWSLETTER

During the lockdown the 'Newsletter Team' are unable to print and deliver the Newsletter as usual. However they will continue to produce the Newsletter every month. Subscribers can:

  • Read the newsletter online via the benefice newsletter website.
  • Contact the newsletter at cmsnewsletter2018@gmail.com and ask for a digital copy to be sent by e-mail

(During the lockdown there is no charge for access to the online/digital version.)

Subscribers who cannot access the digital copy of the Newsletter and who would like to request a printed copy can write to: Newsletter Editor, Barratts Cottage, Cradley, WR13 5NF

Normal deliveries with resume as soon as circumstances allow.

Praying at home
Candle and Cross

RESOURCES

Are you looking for different ways in which you can pray at home (especially if you are social distancing or self isolating)? Here are some ideas:

BBC Radio 4 Long Wave - Daily Service at 09.45 a.m. See detals online

BBC Radio 4 - Sunday Service at 08.10 a.m. - See detals online

Prayer and reflection for healing and well-being - A resource produced by Hereford Cathedral - details online

Ways to pray from home - produced by Wakefield Cathedral - download

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