St Mary's Church, Kington
A group of five churches covering the town of Kington
and the nearby villages of Huntington, Old Radnor, Kinnerton and Titley
1st, 2nd and 4th Sunday 10.15am Holy Communion
5th Sunday 10.15am Holy Communion in one of the churches in The Kington Parishes
3rd Sunday 10.15am Family Service and 6.30pm Holy Communion
Tues-Fri Morning Prayer 8.30am Sat 9am
Tues-Sat Evening prayer 5.30pm
From Sunday 30th April 2017 10.15am services will change to 10.00am
Markwick Close Hall (by Mill Street Car Park)
Every Weds 10am Midweek Eucharist followed by coffee and biscuits.
Baptist Church, Bridge Street, Kington
Sun Worship 10.45am (followed by coffee) and 6.30pm.
Communion on the 1st Sunday of the month
Friday 3pm "Open to All" Bible Study
Peace Haven, Christian Centre. 43 High Street, Kington
The Vineyard Fellowship
Sun 11am Morning Worship
Mon 11am Coffee Break & Discussion
Tues 7.30pm Evening Fellowship
Sat 6pm Mass
Holy Days 12 noon
Confession before Mass. Other services see Church Notice Board.
Sun. 11am. Mass Holy Days 7pm.
Confession before Mass. Other services see Church Notice Board
Huntington United Reformed Church
Sunday Service 11.00am.
Communion 4th Sunday in month
Kington contact 01544 230319
Eardisley Methodist Chapel
Each Sunday 11am.
Friends Meeting House Almeley
Sunday Meeting 10.45am. Children catered for and welcome.
If you are interested in church architecture and history "Signposting Herefordshire Churches" and "Discovering Herefordshire Churches" are two leaflets in Kington T.I.C. giving information about Herefordshire Churches.
Francis Kilvert, famous for his diary detailing his life as a country curate spent seven years at Clyro, just over the border in Wales. He later became incumbent at Bredwardine, Herefordshire in 1877 and died and was buried there. Further details.
Approximately 15 miles out of Kington on the A44, visit The Pales, a Quaker Meeting House set in marvellous country overlooking the Llandegley Rocks and another lovely area for walking.