Latest Updates

The office is currently operating on a reduced timetable, but Sue, our Team Administrator can be contacted on 07821 936301 or The office is generally open 9:30am till 12:30pm Monday to Thursday.

Places of worship are included in places where we're advised to wear masks and we're making full use of the Priory's space to sit at a safe distance from each other.


Pew Sheet

You can a recent pew sheet here.


Upcoming Events at the Priory


Annual Parochial Church Meeting

The APCM happened on Sunday the 6th June at 11:15am.

You can click on these links to read last year's agenda and minutes, an agenda for this year's meeting, a report from the Archdeacon of Hereford, the reports from various church groups this year, the accounts and a financial report. The minutes of the meeting will be available in due course.


Living in Love and Faith Course

Churches and communities across the Church of England are currently engaging in a process called 'Living in Love and Faith', in which we are invited to think, pray, and talk about sexuality and gender in the context of the Church: what does it look like for us to 'live in love and faith'? How is our sexuality or gender identity fulfilled or challenged by our identity in Christ? What is God saying to the Church of England on these topics?

It's intended both as an opportunity for us to learn more, and as an opportunity to pass on our thoughts and prayers to our bishops. So if you have lots of questions or lots of opinions, you are more than welcome!

The plan is to meet in Leominster Priory at 4pm on Sundays 20th and 27th June, and 11th, 18th and 25th July. If you're interested in this course (or if you can't make this one but want to know about other opportunities to join in with the course locally or online), do get in touch with me:


Music of reflection and celebration


To celebrate the return of live music concerts following the Covid pandemic, played on the fine Nicholson organ at Leominster Priory.

Including popular works by J.S.Bach, Karg-Elert , Vierne and the premiere of a new work by Andrew Morris, 'And all shall be well', written in response to the Covid pandemic.

Leominster Priory, Friday 25th June, 12.00

Admission free, retiring collection in aid of the Priory

(Covid restrictions allowing)



We shall once again be holding a sponsored abseil down from our newly reroofed 100ft Priory Tower. Why not challenge yourself by volunteering? Or if you do not have the courage, spread the word among your friends and relatives! All proceeds will go to further the work of the Priory and particularly the maintenance of this wonderful building. 



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