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Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Studley 


The church building is located outside of the main village of Studley, but it and the people who meet here are at the heart of the village. 

We meet every week for worship, we livestream special events and services, we host various community gatherings (such as our famous Churchyard Teas), and we are involved in a wide range of activities across the community. 

We are an Eco Church, Bronze Award church.

Joining us for worship

You are very welcome to join us for worship at any time. We are typically quite informal and we aim to foster a home-spun family feel to our services. Our normal pattern of Sunday services is as follows:
Sunday of the month Time Service Details
First 10 am Holy Communion A service of Holy Communion designed for all the family. Typically up to an hour and fifteen minutes long. Refreshments served afterwards.
Second 8 am Holy Communion A traditional spoken service of Holy Communion according to the Book of Common Prayer. Typically around 40 minutes. 
  10 am Sunday Worship: Prayer and Praise A service of the Word with an emphasis on different forms of prayer, with plenty of songs and often some stories about what God is doing in our lives. Typically around 1 hour. Refreshments served afterwards.
Third 10 am Sunday Worship: Going Deeper A service of the Word with an emphasis on learning together - sometimes with a guest speaker. Typically around 1 hour. Refreshments served afterwards.
  6 pm   Holy Communion A spoken service of Holy Communion. Please note this takes place in the Parish Church Centre in the centre of the village. Typically around 40 minutes. 
Fourth 8 am Holy Communion  A traditional spoken service of Holy Communion according to the Book of Common Prayer. Typically around 40 minutes. 
  10 am Sunday Worship: Explore On fourth Sundays we meet together for worship and then break out into different groups to explore the day's theme through a choice of discussion, listening, quiet reflection or hands-on activities. Typically around 1 hour. Refreshments served afterwards.
Fifth 10 am     Varies There will normally be some form of service on a fifth Sunday, but we might be meeting with the other churches in our group, or going out to pray around our village or doing something to care for our community. 



Children from babes-in-arms to older youth are very welcome here. To help make you more comfortable, our newly-enlarged children's corner to the front and side of the church, allows your children to play or engage in worship-related activities suited to their age, while you can keep an eye on them and still follow all that's going on in the service. Find out more about what we offer the younger members of our church, from Messy Church to a youth group.


Services in the next seven days in Studley village (the church, the Parish Church Centre and St Mary's Primary School.)

Alternatively, you can view the:
Calendar of all services in Studley Village
Full Calendar for all the Arden Marches

How to find us

We are on Castle Road, just outside of the main village of Studley. From the Alcester Road, take Castle Road and continue past the houses and across the bridge over the river. Follow the bend round to the right and when the road bends left, take the right turn. Parking is in the road; please be mindful of our neighbours' driveway, and avoid parking on the footpath.  

Opening times

The church building is normally open from 10.00am to 4.00pm, except Mondays and Fridays.
Do come and visit and take a look around. The building may be inaccessible during funerals, weddings, special events, or when there is maintenance going on. 
The grounds are open to visit at any time. 


More about Studley St Mary's

The building and its history
Hello and welcome to our church. If you are a new visitor, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.
Click here to see more.

Planning your Visit