Shropshire Historic Churches Trust

LATEST NEWS

 

Open Gardens 2018

The next garden open this year is :-

Sunday 2nd September MYND HARDY PLANTS & DELBURY HALL WALLED GARDEN, Delbury Hall Estate, Diddlebury, SY7 9DH

2017 Report and link to 2018 Open Gardens leaflet are here.


Ride + Stride‚Äč

Thank you for the 200 Church Registrations that have come in as at 7th August Please look HERE to see if your Church has registered. Please Register as soon  as you can.  All those in black are yet to register. 

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE INVOLVED...This year's date September 8th 2018 !

We have put some new photos on the gallery.

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Data Protection

Under new laws ( the General Data Protection Regulations; G.D.P.R.) we will need to formally ask many of our friends for your consent to hold and process the personal data we have for you. You will have recieved either an email or a letter asking you to give your consent to this.Meanwhile we will be putting a copy of our "Privacy Statement" and our consent form on this website.( Please go to " about us" and then Documents to find these.)

Thank you very much in anticpation

Stephen Winwood

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Patron, Friend or Member Church
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Welcome ...
and thank you for visiting our web site; I do hope you find what you are looking for. We are most grateful to the many people who support us in our work and you can be assured of a warm welcome at any of our events. If you need any more information please contact us

For membership enquiries click here.

We have recently set up a Facebook page which you can visit by clicking here.

Stephen Winwood
Chairman


Shropshire is richly endowed with historic churches ....

There are over 350 churches in regular use, most over 700 years old. Many of our churches are Listed Buildings, which signifies that they are of outstanding architectural and historic interest. Responsibility for their maintenance and repair falls upon the individual parishes; they are not maintained or financed by the Church Commissioners, Diocese or State. In Shropshire most churches are in rural areas where the congregations are often small and need help to cope with repairs, which are often urgent and expensive.  This is where the Trust may be able to help.


A Prayer for the Churches of Shropshire

Almighty God our heavenly Father, we remember before you, now, the churches in this county of Shropshire and the houses of worship they use.

Make the doors of our churches wide enough to receive all who need human love and fellowship, and a Father's care, and narrow enough to shut out all envy, pride and lack of love.

In them may the tempted find help, the sorrowing receive comfort, the careless be awakened to repentance, the penitent be assured of your mercy. And there may all your children renew their strength and go on their way in hope and joy. Through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Amen