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Malvern Priory - 2009

Many churches were built in Malvern during the nineteenth century as tourism expanded, but as tourism dwindled many, especially, non conformist churches closed. Now shops open on Sundays and both parents work, many families are too busy at the weekend to attend church.

Here is a list of churches that remain open. Some have large congregations and some small. 

Links are shown to websites where known. Many of the Church of England establishments have separate listings on the Any Church Near You web pages - a good place to find a church when you are on holiday.

The Church of England

Malvern Priory Church Street, Great Malvern (the oldest church in Malvern)
Christchurch Avenue Road
St Mary Sherrards Green (a daughter church of Christchurch)
Holy Trinity Link Top
Church of the Ascension Somers Park Avenue, Malvern Link. Part of the Parish of Malvern Link with Cowleigh
St Matthias Malvern Link
St Peters Cowleigh Bank
All Saints The Wyche (website under construction)
St Andrew's Poolbrook. Popular with young people
St James West Malvern
Little Malvern Priory Little Malvern
St Mary Guarlford. A small village church
St Mary Madresfield. A church funded by the Lygon family of Madresfield Court.
St Peter Powick. A historic church on the northern edge of the parish, with links to Guarlford and Madresfield
St Leonards Newland. Once linked to Madresfield it is now the chapel of the Beauchamp community
St James Welland. Recently refurbished to provide a more flexible venue for church and village events.

Roman Catholic

St Joseph's Newtown Road
St Wulstan's Little Malvern (where Sir Edward Elgar was buried)

Non Conformist

Eden Church Somers Road off Howsell Road, Malvern Link
Malvern Baptist Church Abbey Road, built 1893
Methodist Church Lansdowne Crescent, opened 1866
Methodist Church Somers Park Avenue
Malvern Evangelical Church Pickersleigh Road
Society of Friends (Quakers) Friends Meeting House, Orchard Road
Salvation Army Newtown Road, present building opened 1926
Holly Mount United Reform Church Worcester Road, Great Malvern, opened 1876
United Reform Church Malvern Link, built about 1903
Lyttleton Well Christian Outreach Centre Church Street
Wyche Free Church Jubilee Drive