A recent outing to The Cob House on Monday 25th April and a very special
birthday for Jenny.
A Prayer for the
people of Ukraine
Bishop John has called on
all in our diocese to pray for the people of Ukraine and for peace, and for the leaders of the West as they deliberate on how to respond to the terrible unprovoked aggression of Russia. He has
invited people to use this prayer from the Dean for public worship and private intercession:
Lord of all the earth,
be present with the people of Ukraine
at this time of danger, fear, and conflict.
Grant that wise and peaceable counsels may yet prevail,
and give to all suffering nations the freedom they desire and deserve.
We ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Archbishop's of Canterbury and York
The Parish Church of Barbourne St Stephen is a friendly church located in Worcester in the West Midlands. The church offers an open approach to all and welcomes
parishioners, both new and old. The church seeks to provide both a place of worship and a community of friendship to all who enter its realm. On this site you can find details of church services,
events and church history, as well as Parish news and contact details for Parish Officers.
Would you like to call in and look around? The church is open to anyone on Thursdays from 10.30am until 12.30pm,
and on Saturdays from 10.30am until 12.30pm. Do call in for tea, coffee, conversation - or a few moments of quiet in the Lady Chapel.
Baptisms, Weddings, Wedding Banns- Call in to Parish Office
If you would like to enquire about booking a baptism, a wedding or arrange to have your wedding banns called, then please call in at our Parish Office which is held
in the church on the first and third Saturday of the month between 10am and 11.30am.
Parish Office has been suspended until further notice. Please contact Michelle
What is happening at church this week? Check out latest updates above or our pew sheet page. Please come back each week for the updated
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Talk? If you do not feel safe, or you are worried that someone you know is not safe, click on the word "Safeguarding" at the top of this page for details
of people you can call.
If you are in danger (or know that someone else is)
call the Police on 101.