"All are Welcome in this Place"
The church is a community that journeys throughout all of life. We celebrate with you at times of great joy and sit beside you in times of great sorrow.
If you would like more information or help please contact our Clergy or Church Wardens.
St. Matthew's Church
Herefordshire HR9 6HE
How to Find Us
From Hereford and the North:
Leave Hereford on the A49 towards Ross-On-Wye and follow A49 for about 10 miles.
Turn right onto A4137 towards Symonds Yat and Monmouth.
After 3.4 miles turn left (brown finger sign to Marstow Church St. Matthew's) & Brelston Green.
Arrive Brelston Green & church is on the right past Church Cottage.
Take A40 towards Monmouth.
Turn left off the dual-carriageway and cross over the bridge to join A4137 towards Hereford.
Follow A4137 for about 2 miles until you see sign on right for (Marstow Church St. Matthew's) & Brelston Green.
Turn right and carry on down the hill to Brelston Green.
Church is on the right past Church Cottage.
There is a fully accessible WC available at the church for those attending services.
Revd Ben Bentham
The Vicarage, Llangrove, Ross-On-Wye, HR9 6EZ
Tel: 01989 770454
Tel: 01989 770617
Tel: 01989 770452
Tel: 01600 890831
Tel: 01989 770450
WYE BROOKS BENEFICE
St. Matthew's is part of the Wye Brooks Benefice in the Diocese of Hereford. The other churches included in our group are St. Giles Goodrich, St. Deinst Llangarron, Christ Church Llangrove, St. Mary the Virgin Welsh Newton, St. John the Baptist Llanrothal. We meet regularly for joint benefice services, warden's and reps meetings, house groups and prayer meetings. To find out what is happening across the churches of the benefice access via the following link:
A Safer Church - Our Commitments
Promoting a safer environment and culture.
Safely recruiting and supporting all those with any responsibility related to children and vulnerable adults.
Responding promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation.
Caring pastorally for victims/survivors of abuse or other affected persons.
Caring pastorally for those who are the subject of concerns/allegations of abuse and other affected persons.
Responding to those that may pose a present risk.