St Andrew's

   St Bridget's

     & St Nicholas

Some church history

All three churches in the Benefice have very old buildings. St Nicholas Church in Brockley is now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust and services are restricted to 2 or 3 a year.

St Andrew's and St Bridget's  are active centres of worship, serving their communities.

St. Bridget’s 


From the 12th century God has been worshiped in St. Bridget’s.  Through all the years, both sad and joyful, our church congregation has, and is still drawn close to God. From the first congregations, the building has been changed and improved to meet the needs of the day.  From before the laying of the first stone each change has been made with the love of our Lord. The latest works have been made with the care and understanding of the building’s history and grade 1 listed status.  These include repairs to the tower, the reordering of the Tynte chapel, the addition of “An Tigh Beag” (the small house) and the lawn in the church yard.  All of which brings our facilities up to date to continue our welcome, worship and celebrations. 

St. Andrew’s

                  Dates back to the thirteenth century, is a Grade 1 listed building and in a conservation area.  Since May 2008 the Church has been left open during daylight hours. People in the Village value the ancient beauty of the church, but it is not a stagnant monument. “Church House”, a modern annexe providing much needed facilities, was built 35 years ago and was recently redecorated. A children’s corner was installed in the church 20 years ago. There are Solar panels on the roof and a new sound system, facilitating live streaming. 


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