St. Peter's Rowlstone 



Umbrella in place for the Swallows :) - needs changing






Services -

Carol Service Saturday 14th December at 6.30pm

Midnight Mass Christmas Eve at 8.30pm

Everybody is most welcome and St. Peter's has a brilliant atmosphere.

St. Peter's Mission Document


            Don't often see them - yes the bats    


This simple Norman church was built about 1130, consisting of an aisle-less nave and a chancel possibly with a semi-circular apse. The chancel arch and south doorway are outstanding specimens of the famous Kilpeck school of decorative sculpture.

Here you will find information about St. Peter's and the renovation works and also

news and history around Rowlstone including the GUILD



First Aid for Children



Rowlstone or Rowlestone




Easter 2012 - Queen Elizabeth II 60 years

The Church looked fantastic on Easter Sunday 2012

Easter 2000

Easter 2011

Good Friday Service 2011 was attended by 15 people and our new wooden cross was, as it should be, centre stage as a focal point for this important time in the Christian calendar,  with readings from St. Mark's Gospel and interspersed with three hymns.

  Wild orchid in the church yard (April 2011)





Kilpeck Village

Ewyas Harold Memorial Hall

Special Treasures


Local Information

Safety & Security

Location Map



Events Past


Harvest 2007



Email + Web Design


Just off the A465 12 miles south of Hereford and 12 miles north of Abergavenny

If you are travelling by car, check for live travel information at FRIXO.COM


.to St. Peter's window repair, running costs, churchyard upkeep, books, sound system, etc.


Items on cycle theft, SatNav theft and car insurance problems

Visit Herefordshire Churches

Map and information

available - click on picture


Carbon Monoxide Kills - see their website

First Aid for Children


Our little helper was raffled on the 3rd September - and he now has a new home in Ewyas Harold.


Harvest 2011



Harvest Service - 8th October 2010 - the church looked lovely




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St. Peter's is a member of Herefordshire Churches Tourist Group - visit their web site

                                                             The majority of photographs on this site are by Richard Baker

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