Holy Trinity Church, Morton Bagot
Holy Trinity Morton Bagot is to quote Pevsner:
"That rare thing: an unrestored and unneglected church."
It is a simple 13th Century small village church, with an uncomplicated nave and a peaceful chancel with stone walls. Electricity and mains water have never intruded on the ancient stone. In the depths of winter the candlelight is magical.
The setting on a bank next to Church Farm is stunning. There are open views of the hills around, with an iron age fort clearly visible behind the church.
We are an Eco Church, Bronze Award Church.
Joining us for worship
Our congregation is joined with that of Oldberrow, and we meet fortnightly at 4pm, alternating between Oldberrow and Morton Bagot for either Communion or Evensong, both according to the Book of Common Prayer.
Services in the next month at Morton Bagot:
Services in the next month at Oldberrow:
Alternatively, you can view the
Full calendar of events at Morton Bagot Church
Full calendar of events at Oldberrow Church
Full calendar of events for all the Arden Marches Churches
Or find out about all services in the Arden Marches group.
How to find us
The church is tucked away inside a farm yard in Morton Bagot hamlet. From Chesters Green Lane, at the crossroad, take the road marked 'Morton Bagot 1/4' and after a quarter of a mile, take the first left, opposite a mirror in the hedge. You will see the church directly ahead of you. Parking is along the church wall, or in the yard to your right.
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The church is often open during the day and the churchyard is accessible at all times.