The church of St. Mary & St. Milburgh, Offenham, stands on a Saxon site and has a Norman tower. The building is Grade II* and was largely rebuilt in 1860 by Frederick Preedy who also designed the stained glass windows. He was born in Offenham in 1820.
We have close links with our local Church of England First School, Offenham CofE Academy, and strong links with other local community groups including the British Legion.
There is an enthusiastic band of bell ringers who ring most Sundays, and a resident organist.
Worship is on Sunday mornings at 9:30am, except third Sundays in the month where we have a Café Church service at 11:00am. On any fifth Wednesday of each month we have a morning Eucharist at 10:00am. Please see the Home page for more details.
There are kitchen and toilet facilities available on request.