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Holy Ascension, Mappleborough Green 

The church building is located just off the A435, to the Northern end ofec-award-buttons-2022---bronze Mappleborough village. 

We meet every Sunday for worship at 10 a.m. and alternate between traditional, contemporary and lively all age worship.

Mappleborough Church is well known for its warm welcome, where people feel comfortable whether they are regular worshippers or visitors. 

We are an Eco Church, Bronze Award church.

Joining us for worship

You are most welcome at any of our services. The following is our normal service schedule:
Sunday of the month Time Service Details
First 10 am Morning Worship .
Second 10 am Holy Communion .
Third 10 am All-age Cafe style worship .
Fourth 10 am Holy Communion .
Fifth 10 am     Varies .


Services in the next fourteen days at Mappleborough Green Church

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

How to find us

From Studley
Travelling North from the Harvester (the Dog) roundabout on the A435 towards Birmingham, pass the Mappleborough Green Garden Centre and the turning for Common Lane, both on your right. Then begin to slow down and look for the road sign to the Church of the Ascension (see picture). The turning to the church is on the right, flanked by church notice boards. 
From Birmingham  
Approaching Mappleborough Green from the A435 dual carriageway, the road speed is reduced to 50mph and then 40mph. The turning is on the left very soon after the 40mph signs. 

The entrance to the driveway is at What Three Words location: equal.skills.rice 

Opening times

The grounds are open 24/7 and available for you to visit and spend some quiet time in.
The building is normally only open during services and special events. 

The building

mappleboroughgreenIt appears that a settlement of some kind could be found at Mappleborough Green from a very early date.  According to Dugdale the village was originally known as “The Haywood” or “The Grove Haia”, which in 1201, Peter Corbizum granted to “William son of Geoffrey”.   In 1341, this land was surrendered to Peter de Montfort of Beaudesert.   Until 1824 it remained part of the common waste of the parish of Studley.

The Church of the Holy Ascension is a ‘plant’ of Studley and was commissioned and financed by Sir William Jaffray, Bart. (of Skilts).  Built in memory of his first wife Mabel, the Church was initially opened on Wednesday 11th July 1888.   The Dedication sermon was preached by The Lord Bishop of Worcester. (The Church was included in the Worcester Diocese.)

The building specifications are recorded in a document written at the time of the Church’s unveiling.  ‘For its size the Church has an aspect of unusual dignity due alike to the excellent proportions designed by the architect and to the skilful manner in which the constructional ornament is combined with severe simplicity of general lines.’
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