We’re three Church of England parish churches in small villages in east Hertfordshire, and our aim is to Know Christ and Make Him Known. There’s more about what we believe here, and detail on our mission here.
The Church of England attempts to provide pastoral care for the souls of all the people of the country by assigning a pastor (commonly known as a priest, vicar or rector) to a small geographical areas called parishes. In recent years, some small parishes have been combined with others under the care of one priest.
Our three parishes have been united in this way (called a United Benefice) since 1980. Nonetheless, each parish church remains an individual community – the family of God in its own place, seeking to serve its own village community. Our Rector is the Revd Mark Dunstan, here. Within each church are people with key responsibilities. There is a brief overview of how this works here, but check the individual parish websites for detailed information.