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Suckley: St John the Baptist

St John the Baptist, Suckley

St John the Baptist, Suckley

The church in Suckley, a village mentioned in the Domesday book, has features that go back to Norman times, but has been modernised at various stages throughout its history, being extensively rebuilt in the late 19th century.

It is now felt that some further modernisation is needed, and plans are afoot under the auspices of the PCC & the Suckley Parish Academy Church Enterprise (SPACE) group.

Today, it offers a mixture of traditional and contemporary worship, with a service most weeks.

A brief history of St John the Baptist, Suckley

Suckley is an ancient place mentioned in the Domesday Book.  There has been a church on this site since Norman times and many features were retained when the Victorians rebuilt it… Read more…

For more details of the history of the village, go here.


St John the Baptist Church, Suckley, Worcestershire, WR6 5DE

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