St Saviour's Church

St Saviour’s Church occupies an elevated position overlooking the River Wye, next to the school in the village of Redbrook.

The Church was built in 1873 and consists of a 4 bay nave, a gabled south porch, north and south transepts and a later square tower. The church underwent some restoration work in the mid 1980s and has just had new roof and flooring.

Weekly services are no longer held in the building and the congregation now worships with the congregations of All Saints, Newland and All Saints, Staunton. However there is an All Age Worship service in the Church at 4pm on the 3rd Sunday of each month to which all are welcome

For actual service times for each week across the Parish please click the link below where you will find a monthly service pattern.

Our links with St Saviour's Church are an important part of school life and support the school's Christian ethos. Rev Sarah Bick leads Open the Book once a week. The children are involved in preparing and attending services that parents are warmly invited to enjoy also. These include Harvest, Remembrance Day, Christmas and Easter services.