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Knightwick: The Chapel of St Mary and St Andrew

Knightwick Chapel

Knightwick Chapel

Knightwick chapel, which is located just off the road to Suckley, is a small, intimate church in a beautiful setting, with countryside all around. The church is part of the Lower Teme Valley parish, which includes Broadwas and Cotheridge. The vicar is David Sherwin who is based in Martley.

There is an early morning communion on the first Sunday in the month at 8am, and an evening worship at 3pm on the third Sunday.

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A brief history of Knightwick Chapel

The earliest history of Knightwick and Doddenham is pretty obscure. The two parishes were put under one incumbent, the Rector of Knightwick, some time in the 17th century. How Doddenham was run before this arrangement was formalised is hard to find out: they may have been priested directly by monks/priests journeying out from the monastery of Worcester. Read more…


Location

Knightwick Chapel, Knightwick, Worcestershire, WR6 5QF


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Latest News

David on BBC HW: the true meaning of Christmas

Earlier this week (Tues Dec 2), a news report highlighted how the traditional school nativity play is gradually being pushed aside by the tide of secularlism. Biblical figures are being eased out, carols replaced by Christmas-themed pop songs, and the whole season is, in some cases being renamed ‘the winter celebration’. BBC Hereford and Worcester… Read more…

Hot Potatoes – November

Do you fancy discussing controversial topics in congenial company with good food? Then this event could be for you! Following the success of the Hot Potatoes evening last year, we are running a series of four evenings in November. These will be: 6th – Broadwas Village Hall 13th – Wichenford Memorial Hall 20th – Broadwas… Read more…

Pub carols with the Sherwinator

We’ve had a couple of outstanding carol events at two local pubs, the Crown in Martley and the Admiral Rodney at Berrow Green. We have one more at the Mason’s Arms on Monday. These are huge fun – and part of taking church out of the building.

Inspiration for Hope 2014

Roy Crowne, the Executive Director of Hope 2014, was an inspiring speaker for the Leaders’ Training Day on September 28. Hope is a project which is working towards a year of mission in 2014 – “the whole church, reaching the whole country, for the whole year”. Their aim is to provide a set of free… Read more…

LTV – Cotheridge Fete

A very successful fete happened on Saturday July 13th, on an absolutely scorching day (unlike last year!) Many thanks to all who came and to the many helpers who ensured the smooth running of the event. Also especial thanks to our hosts and organisers Mike and Pauline Key.