A Welcome from the Revd. Jenny d'Esterre, Parish Priest to the United Benefice of Cromhall, Rockhampton, Falfield,Tortworth, and Tytherington (now known as CRoFTT Benefice)

Thank you for finding your way to the St. Andrew's Church website and I hope you will find the information and inspiration you are looking for!

Our church is a beautiful, historic building that has served the village over many generations. It is open in daylight hours for you to find a space for peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Or you may like to attend one of our services, if so, please check out the Services & Events page on this website for details. You can find details of all services in the Benefice here.

Everyone is welcome, whether you would consider yourself as a person of faith, a person of ‘no faith’ or a person who is ‘just looking’. 

No matter who you are, we hope you will join us on our journey of faith and make many new friends along the way ...

If you would like to find out more about being a Christian go to the Church of England website at www.cofe.anglican.org/faith/christian/


In Commemoration of 100 Years Since the Outbreak of WW1

On Saturday 11th October we were entertained by Dodington Village Band,
playing music from wartime Britain interspersed with readings of poetry. There was plenty to sing along to, and the evening was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

A display of information on Cromhall residents who fought and died in the First World War, as well as pages from the Deanery Magazine during the War was placed at the back of the Church for the concert, and will remain in place until after Remembrance Sunday. Do have a look if you can, it's well worth a visit.

Thought for the Week

To be without questions is not a sign of faith, but a lack of depth.’ And he encourages people not only to ask questions about the meaning of the faith, but to question God. We ask questions, says Sacks, ‘not because we doubt, but because we believe.’
Jonathan Sacks, previous Chief Rabbi