Church of England. Grade 1. 1125. Late Norman.
Little Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 2XD
Once the site of a Benedictine Priory Little Malvern Priory Church is set on the east side of the Malvern Hills and looks out across the Severn Valley towards Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds. The peacefulness of its setting reflects the wisdom of the monks in choosing the site for a place of prayer and meditation.
The path through the churchyard leads you past a wide variety of wild flowers and towards an ancient building that speaks of the eternal nature of God.
Entering the church is to find yourself in what the Celtic Christians called a “thin place”: a place of stillness where there seems very little between you and the presence of God.
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