We want St Margaret’s to be at the heart of our village community, the focus of our worship and good-neighbourliness. In the absence of a village school, our Church plays an important role in bringing families and children together.
We aim to provide a balance of services to inspire both old and young. We use Common Worship (CW), the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and free liturgies. Music plays an important part in our worship.
We have a very dedicated nucleus of people who worship regularly at St Margaret’s. However, like many small village parishes, we want to attract greater numbers to our church.
Epiphany Service at St Margaret's
This is a joint benefice service and will be at 9:45 am at St Maragret's
Please note time of service is 9:45 am