St.Margarets Inside“To receive God’s love in Christ and to share it with all”

St Margaret’s Church is the Parish church for the town of Whitnash.

We are a family-friendly church with a variety of services each week – morning on a Sunday and a service of Holy Communion on Thursday mornings – as well as mid-week home-groups. Some services have music led by the organ and choir whilst at others we have a music group. The 10am Sunday service has a Sunday School and creche.

The beautiful church was founded in Saxon times. The sandstone tower dates from the late 15th Century whilst the remainder of the building has been developed and adapted through the years to meet the evolving needs of an active worshipping church. The chancel, south aisle and nave were rebuilt by Sir George Gilbert Scott between 1855 and 1880. The photo above shows the north aisle extension dedicated together with the Chapter House by the Bishop of Coventry in 1989.

The building is Grade II listed.

St. Margaret’s is open every day, you are welcome to come in to pray or just enjoy the stillness.

Weekly Services at St. Margaret’s

The Churchyard and Churchyard Extension

Say it with Flowers

A special way to remember a loved one, a friend or a special event, please put your donation in a flower fund envelope, available at the back of church. Please give your name, phone number and the name of person/special event, and hand in at any of the services, or at the church office, at least ten days before your chosen Sunday.
Please make cheques payable to: “St Margaret’s PCC”.
For more information, please contact Shirley Simms, 01926 427165

St. Margaret’s Church Whitnash, Warwickshire

St.Margarets Church by Jean Field

By Jean Field

A fascinating history of the Church and guide with line drawing illustrations.

Originally published 1992, now in its 2nd edition, updated and reprinted 2010.

Available from the church, price £1






The St Margaret’s Church is supported by the Listed Places of Worship Roof Repair Fund

St.Margarets Church Roof repairs

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