Our postcode is HR4 8SD and the Church is always open during daylight hours, so do feel free to pop in.

We hold services regularly and you’re always welcome to join us! Please check the service list before setting out, but they’re usually:

First Sunday 10.30am  Holy Communion (BCP)
Second and Third Sundays 10.30am Holy Communion (CW)
Fourth Sunday 10.30am Holy Communion (BCP)

Monday to Thursday 9.00am Morning Prayer
Monday to Thursday 4.00pm Evening Prayer

First Wednesday 10.30am Weekday Communion (BCP)
Last Tuesday 10.30am Healing Service with Communion

CW = Common Worship, contemporary language. BCP= Book of Common Prayer, historic language


Pancakes in the Pews – Shrove Tuesday – 5 March

Returning by popular demand our very own ‘Gourmet Chefs’ Alan Jones and Bob Best will be Producing Perfect Pancakes in the Pews of Weobley Parish Church on Tuesday 5 March 11.00am – 12.30pm. Coffee and tea will also be available. Please do join us.


Taizé is a new venture for Weobley Parish Church

Weobley Taizé team — Revd Sean Semple and Carole Page with singers and instrumentalists

There were more than 30 seated in a friendly horseshoe formation in the spacious chancel area of Weobley Church, for the new venture of a Taizé-style service on Advent Sunday afternoon.

A singing group provided the range of musical textures which are a feature of Taizé music. The service featured the lighting and placing of candles, emphasising the Advent theme, and there was also a time during the music when anyone could go forward to kneel and receive prayer for physical healing or any aspect of wholeness.

The service was led by Revd Sean Semple with the assistance of Carole Page who has some years of experience of leading Taizé events in a previous parish.

Further occasional Taizé gatherings are under consideration for 2019.

–Ian Greig



Memorable Music from Cathedral Consort

The concert by the Lay Clerks of Hereford Cathedral on Saturday 13 October in Weobley Parish Church Memorwas a resounding success thanks to the enthusiastic team of workers and the generous support of so many members of the community. The music was simply terrific, quite unforgettable.  The surplus on the sale of the tickets plus donations and the excellent raffle meant that we were able to contribute £680 to church funds.