Vowchurch

St Bartholomew's sits in a picturesque churchyard on the banks of the River Dore. It is just off the B4348 about 2 miles east of Peterchurch - look for the "brown signposts" to St Bartholomew's Church. We offer a warm and friendly welcome to visitors at our services.  Use the navigation buttons to find out more.  You can get in touch via the "contact us" link on the Wye-Dore home page.

 
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St Bartholomew's church    Vowchurch nave

 

The church is open daily during the daytime. We welcome visitors, and ask you to take precautions to avoid spread of Covid-19. Please enter your name and contact details on the list provided, for tracking and tracing purposes, use the hand sanitiser provided and wear a face mask.

Sunday services have resumed on the third Sunday in the month at 10.30am.

 

 

 

The "porch sales tray" at Vowchurch has a delicious selection of home-made jams, marmalade, jellies and chutneys.
All jars are priced, but if you can give a little more it helps pay for the maintenance of the church and churchyard.

Please leave your generous donations in the honesty box in the porch.
home made preserves

 

 

 

"Vowchurch and Turnastone" is now a single parish with two churches managed by a joint PCC.

Note for visitors: Turnastone and Vowchurch are very close - just a few minutes walk.



The building is Grade 1 Listed.  Click here for details of the listing