The first record of a church in Oxenhall is in 1186 – dedicated to Saint Anne, to whom only 23 churches in England are dedicated.

With a growing congregation this little church continues to serve parishioners and most recently has had the chancel and vestry roofs restored together with internal refurbishment.

Oxenhall lies between Ledbury and Newent in Gloucestershire in a charming rural setting. Much loved by local residents and visitors, St. Anne’s is at the centre of community activities together with the almost ‘time-locked’ Parish Hall.

Our church warden – Lizzie James

Services/Activities for Families:

At St Anne’s we have a Family Service or an Activities Session which includes cooking and crafts every month. These include a Crib Service in December, Christingle in January, Mothering Sunday Service in March, Easter Egg Hunt and decorating the Easter Garden in April, a trip in August and the Harvest in October. For further information contact Lizzie James on 01531 821089.

For more information about the history of the churh visit our website : https://www.stanneschurch-oxenhall.com/