Welcome to our website. Whether you want Weddings or Word from Wormingford, to find out about or services or to take a tour of our Churches, we hope you enjoy touring our website - and we look forward to meeting you in person.

People often ask how we might make donations to the churches in the Benefice of Wormingford & Mount Bures with Little Horkesley.


It’s simple – just send us a cheque! Please read on….


St. Andrew’s, Wormingford is over 800 years old, in a picturesque setting and beautiful both inside and out. As you can imagine, there is a constant battle to keep it in good order. As well as doing routine maintenance, we have plans to convert the ground floor of the Bell Tower into a kitchen/toilet for the convenience (no pun intended) of our many visitors. 

Donations should be sent to: Mike Crisp, Elizabeth’s Cottage, Main Road, Wormingford. CO6 3AX


St. John the Baptist, Mount Bures is also an ancient Church in a historic setting, and funds are constantly required for its preservation, upkeep and development. Recent storms caused damage to the roof, which is currently undergoing extensive (and expensive!) repairs.

Donations should be sent to: Emma Barr, Hammonds Farm, Hemps Green, Fordham, Essex. CO6 3LS


St. Peter and St. Paul Little Horkesley is a much younger building completed in 1958 after the old Church was bombed during the 2nd World War. It is in good order, with kitchen & toilet facilities and a new heating system – which means we can now consider other ways of making the Church even more accessible and welcoming to our Parishioners.

Donations should be sent to: Meriel Sparkes, 13 Keepers Green, Braiswick, Colchester. CO4 5UT



All your gifts will be acknowledged and greatly appreciated. If you are a UK tax payer and wish your gift to be Gift-Aided, please kindly complete a Gift Aid Declaration to include with your cheque.

Click the link to download the Gift Aid Declaration form.

Thank you for reading this page; may we encourage you to pray for all those who look after our wonderful buildings, and it would be a joy to welcome you on your next visit.


Revd John Chandler

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