• Welcome to Great Malvern Priory, an Anglican church made up of all sorts of people at all stages of life!

    Are you new to the area and looking for a place of worship? Do you want to explore the Christian faith? Or perhaps you're just curious? You'll be most welcome to join us for one of our services, such as the 10.30am Sunday morning service (more details here of what we do and why).

    Or just come and visit us during the week and look around this beautiful historic building, where you'll find much to admire and enjoy.

    Our motto is "All for Jesus", and this is the basis of our church life as we try to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ in helping to meet the needs of others.


    The Priory is open for visitors Monday to Saturday 9.00am - 5.00pm.

    Times for Sunday services and other events can be found on the calendar.

    Access is provided for the disabled.

    Great Malvern Priory App

    We now have an app available for visitors. It runs on Apple™ and Android™ devices. It includes a guided tour of the Priory, videos of the tower, and quizzes on finding historical features of the building.

     

    Get it on Google Play



    We have a Facebook page

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    Upcoming Events


    Priory Tower Guided Tours

    The Priory Tower will be open for guided tours on Saturday 10th September from 1.00pm to 4.00pm.  Tours will last 30 minutes and is by ticket only. The cost of the ticket is £3.00 adult, over 5 and under 16 £2.00. Tickets are for a specific start time (each 1/2hr) and can be purchased from the Priory Bookshop or on the day at the Priory Tower entrance.


    Support for Syrian Refugees

    As a church we are collecting clothes to be sent to refugees living in camps in Greece, Syria, Calais and Dunkirk.

    More details on how you can help...

     


    What next for the Priory?

    Read "The Priory Plan" published 2015


     

    More details...


     

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    Read our Magazine online

     


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  • Latest Sermons

    Click on the link below to listen to our latest audio file:

     The Servant King
    Holy Communion (evening), 14th August (Isa 50.4-9a, John 16.1-11)

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