St Andrew. Adforton
St. Andrew, Adforton is the newest of our churches. It was built as a Chapel of Ease to Leintwardine parish in 1875. It is simple and small, with a wagon roof. The church is set above the A4110, in a tiny churchyard. It is an asis of calm beside a busy road. The services are generally from the Common Worship and there is a strong affection for children and young adults  and to meet that need there is a monthly ‘All Age Worship’. St Andrew's Church doubles up as the village community centre. The church is used as the venue for 'Arts Alive' performances, pantomimes, and other events. St Andrews church has good acoustic properties. St. Andrew has disabled access, though help may be needed to open the door at the rear of the church. There is also a toilet. The roof tiles and the drainage have recently been repaired