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.
A MESSAGE FROM THE RECTOR (updated 24 September 2021)
Our church remains open for private prayer during the week and Sunday services have now resumed.
Those attending our churches are encouraged to take every care for the well-being of others, as well as of themselves. Although no longer mandatory, we encourage continued social distancing and wearing of face coverings in church, especially when moving about the building, and when singing.
There is also a provision for live-streamed services, on Sundays and on Wednesday evenings, for those who wish to come together 'virtually' online and by telephone. Please check the ‘services’ page of this website for more details.
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
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