St Mary’s, Pembridge

Pembridge Church

St Mary’s Church, Pembridge is an important part of this rural community as it has been for almost a thousand years. With it’s unique, detached bell tower and elegant proportions it is both a fascinating building and a centre for worship.

At the present time Pembridge Church is open daily for private prayer and to view the tapestries, the Pembridge Map and the effigy costumes.  If visiting the church please use a face covering in line with Government guidelines.

On-line worship can be found on The Pembridge Facebook page, You Tube or you can phone Dial A Sermon to listen to the latest collect, lessons and sermon on 01584 701985.

Unfortunately the closure has not reduced our financial liabilities and so we are now actively looking at new ways to attract financial support to enable us to carry on the work of our parish church, insure and manage the fabric of the building and look after the churchyard.

If you would like to support Pembridge Church financially please click on the link listed below.

https://givealittle.co/campaigns/60c742d9-704f-46d6-a330-e83b9a91b4ea

Or use this QR code

You are also invited to support us as you shop on-line by signing up to Easyfundraising.org.uk and selecting Pembridge Church. A donation will be placed into Pembridge Church funds as and when you shop via this website.

We thank you for visiting this website.

The address of the church is High Street, Pembridge, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 9EA.

Pembridge Tapestries

Please visit website for more information – follow this link: Pembridge tapestries.

The Pembridge Tapestries and Pembridge Map merchandise can be obtained from The Steppes.  Merchandise available include the following:-

 Aprons – £10
 Tea towels – £5
 Individual postcards 50p
 Packs of all 12 postcards £5
 Tapestry  Brochures – £5
 Effigy brochures – £4

Services

During the Covid Pandemic there is one service every Sunday within the Arrowvale Group of Parishes. For the service schedule please click on the Worship tab on the home page.

Churchwarden – Jacqui Thomas
Churchwarden – Gill Smith