St Peter’s Church

Services in April and May at St Peter’s, Abbots Morton


1st April at 11am. Easter Sunday. Service of Holy Communion.
8th April at 8.30am. Holy Communion.
15th April at 11am. Morning Service. Everyone welcome, as always.
22nd April at 8.30am. Holy Communion Service led by Rev Canon Richard Thorniley.
Where there are five weeks in the month all the four churches in the ARCH Benefice (Abbots Morton, Rous Lench, Church Lench and Harvington) come together at one of the churches in turn for a Benefice-wide service.
29th April at 10am at Rous Lench church. Benefice-wide service of Holy Communion led by Rev Canon RichardThorniley


6th May at 11am. Morning Service
13th May at 8.30am. Holy Communion Service led by Rev Canon Richard Thorniley
20th May at 11am. A Holy Communion Service to mark Pentecost.
27th May at 8.30am. Holy Communion Service led by Rev Canon Richard Thorniley

Churchwarden Appointed

Kevin Clarke has been re-appointed churchwarden of St Peter’s Church.

Kevin farms at Goom’s Hill farm on Goom’s Hill . If you have any questions you would like answering relating to the church or the churchyard please contact him on 01386 792288.

The bell tower restoration is completed – A huge thank you to all who helped

The PCC and the Bell Tower Committee give heartfelt thanks to everyone who helped raise the £45,000 we needed to repair and restore the 14th century bell tower of Abbots Morton’s ancient Grade-1 listed St Peter’s church.

Picture of the bell tower thanksgiving service at St Peter’s, Abbots MortonA special Celebration and Thanksgiving Service was held on 15th November 2015 to mark the completion of the restoration of St Peter’s 14th century bell tower.

It was an opportunity to come together for all those who donated to the appeal for £45,000 either in terms of money, skills or enthusiasm in helping with all the various events put on during the two-year appeal.

It was a chance, too, for the Bell Tower Committee to express their thanks to everyone who helped them raise the money.

Thanks were also given to the stonemasons, Ian Bishop and his wife Becky Spanner, directors of Tewkesbury Conservation Ltd and the overseeing architect John Middleton, of John C Goom Ltd of Evesham.