St Mary Magdalene, Stockbury
The ancient church of St Mary Magdalene stands on a hill some half mile from the village of Stockbury. A church is recorded here in the Domesday Book and the massive Yew tree beside the church is over 900 years old.
Visitors are very welcome. You will find the same peace here as those who have long loved this church.
Our services normally follow this pattern through the month
1st Sunday 3:00pm Sung Communion
Pie Lunch at Village Hall - Saturday 20th April, with two sittings (11.45am to 1.15pm, 1.30pm to 3.30pm). Prices are: adults - £7, children under 12 - £4. This includes a dessert and either tea or coffee. For tickets, please ring Brenda Mace on 01622 884746.