St Lawrence Church

Limited opening due to COVID-19 restrictions  -details on the Notice  here

The Church plays a big part in the village and its picturesque setting means it plays host to many functions, especially weddings and christenings, in addition to its normal services.

In 2002 English Heritage made St Lawrence, St Thomas' and the Cathedral, the only churches in Salisbury with Grade 1 listed Building status.

The Menu above under 'Church' will guide you through our website where you will find illustrated details about the church bells, the unusual one-handed clock and other aspects of the history and architecture of St Lawrence Church.

A charitable Trust - The Friends of St Lawrence Church - was set up to ensure that funds are available to maintain this important village asset. Supporters and new members are always welcome.

There are forty-seven WW1 and two WW2 Commonwealth War Graves to the north of the church. The names and other details of those buried there can be found here.

St Lawrence Church has joined the Small Pilgrim Places Network. Small Pilgrim Places are Christian spaces which lend themselves to quiet prayer and reflection. St Lawrence is open between the hours of 10.00 am and 4.00 pm for this purpose. There is a special pew with some prayer resources available. For more information about the Small Pilgrim Places Network, click the logo (opens in new window).

 

 

 

St Lawrence Church has its own website: click to view 

smalll pilgrims network logo.jfif

The website is updated regularlyDon't miss these latest additions / revisions 

 

www.stratfordsubcastle.org.uk is a non-profit site maintained by local residents.

Sponsored by St Lawrence PCC; Stratford Garden Club; Stratford Guild; Local History Group