Message from the

Rev'd Canon Ken Boyce (retired)

For over a hundred years, our church has served our local community.  We are very much a parish church, offering worship throughout the week and on Sundays, firmly rooted in the Eucharist, with a strong choral tradition. We hope you will find us a friendly and welcoming church; we would love to involve you in our many activities, but at the same time respect the fact that some prefer to come to church for private prayer. Being on one of the main roads into Worcester, we have a number of visitors who ‘pass by’.


We are one of four churches in the Worcester South East Team, and work closely with our team members.



















St Martin’s parish stretches from the city centre to the eastern ring road, with a varied community, including eight schools, St Richard’s Hospice, County Hall, various businesses (Lea and Perrin’s amongst them), nursing and residential homes, and has the main Worcestershire Hospital on one border, and a mosque on another. We value all our neighbours and are deeply committed to serving them.  Our recent Centenary celebrations [1911 - 2011] gave us a challenge to discern what God is calling us to do in this the beginning of the 21st Century.


Come and join us at the church of St Martin (i.e. the Parish of St Martin with St Peter), London Road, Worcester!


Revd. Canon Ken Boyce (Retired)

Rector 2000 - 2016

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