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Alcester Minster Churches

Worshipping God, making new disciples and transforming communities

Welcome to the Alcester Minster Website

June is here!


After a busy period of church festivals and events, June is a little quieter, although not inactive in the Minster churches.


This year, June marks the begininng of ordinary time, a period of the church year charactierised by an absence of fesitvals, but still a rich opportunity for growth as a Christian.


June is also strawberry time!


Living a fruitful life means attending to our relationship with God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  And a fruitful life is measured by different criteria to popular culture's success targets.


The Apostle Paul wrote in the 1st century words still relevant today:  'But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.'


Let God grow this kind of fruit in you, and me.


For details of the week ahead, visit the noticeboard page, and click here for our programme of evening services.


For further information, please use the Contact us form.


God bless,



Rev Adrian Guthrie

What is Alcester Minster?

It is a way of grouping together five Church of England parishes, comprising eight churches in and around Alcester with a single Ministry Team and a commitment to work together.  Many of our activities are therefore Minster-wide, designed for all who attend the churches and all who live in the parishes.  Some activities are specific to a particular parish.


The parishes are:

Alcester (St Nicholas)

Arrow and Weethley (Holy Trinity and St James)

Coughton and Sambourne (St Peter and Sambourne)

Haselor (St Mary and All Saints)

Kinwarton and Great Alne (St Mary the Virgin

and St Mary Magdalen)


Information about services in each Minster Church is available from the drop down menu on the Churches tab and also at this site too:  http://www.achurchnearyou.com/

Alcester Minster Churches - 07840 284 294 (Administrator)  01789 764 261 (Rector)