About Tardebigge’s parish churches
St Bartholomew’s church
The 18th century church of St Bartholomew’s stands in a prominent position within the historical parish of Tardebigge, which lies between the towns of Bromsgrove and Redditch in north-east Worcestershire.
The site has been a place of worship for centuries, and the church today is active in the local community through its mix of modern and traditional worship as well as a range of social events throughout the week.
St Mary’s church
Its neighbouring church, St Mary’s, is a charming rural chapel in the village of Lower Bentley. It’s three miles to the south of Tardebigge, on a quiet country lane and surrounded by open fields.
Services take place here on the second Sunday of the month, and the church is now licensed to hold weddings.
The churches are part of the wider Parish of Redditch Holy Trinity.
This includes Redditch town centre and St George’s, Lodge Park, Beoley, Abbey, Church Hill, Batchley, Webheath, Brockhill, Enfield and Tardebigge.