Myddle Church

St Peter's - Myddle

St Peter’s is on the edge of the village on the road to Baschurch, on a prominent site surrounded by trees and a peaceful churchyard. It was founded in Saxon times, although the present building is largely 18th Century with the tower dating from 1636.
We are a welcoming, relaxed church seeking to minister to all ages. There is a children’s area, toilet and kitchen and we use the church for concerts and other social events as well as regular Sunday worship.
We have strong links with our local (C of E) Primary School and the wider village communities of Myddle and Harmer Hill.
The church is open daily for quiet prayer and to the many visitors who explore the area. We are on the ‘Marches Way’ footpath, on one of Shropshire’s many cycle routes, and we have strong literary and historic interest through Richard Gough who wrote a History of Myddle 1700-1702.


All our services seek to be accessible to all. The pattern is:

1st Sunday
2nd Sunday
3rd Sunday
4th Sunday

11.00am Holy Communion
11.00am Parish Worship
11.00am Holy Communion
12.30pm Food and Fellowship

On the 5th Sunday we seek to affirm our unity as a group by holding a special united service:

5th Sunday

10.30am Group Communion Service (one service in each parish church by turn)


St Peter’s is a wonderful setting to affirm your love for each other before God and your family and friends. We are here to support and advise you through your time of planning for your wedding, and also in your future life as husband and wife.

The Church building is beautiful and can seat about 150 people, has a lovely pipe organ and 3 bells, has toilet facilities, and is well heated!

Legally, you can be married in Myddle if you:

Live in the Parish
If you are on the church Electoral Roll
If you, your parents or grandparents can show a connection with the Church i.e. regularly worshipped in the past or were Baptised, Confirmed or Married at St Peter’s.

If you would like to know more, please contact: Rev. Adam Clayton on 01939 291390.


If you live in a different parish, then you should first get the permission of your own Vicar in your home parish. There is no charge for Baptisms, but there will be a collection during the service, and we hope that you and your family will support the on-going work of the church here by your gifts of thanksgiving.

If you would like to know more, please contact: Rev. Adam Clayton on 01939 291390 .

Myddle Village Website

For more information about Myddle village, the latest news from the Myddle Messenger and further history of the church, click here