St Michael’s, Cumnor

People have worshipped on the site of St Michael’s since before the Norman Conquest. Parts of the present building date from the 11th century. You can find out more about the history of the area and of the church from the Cumnor Parish Record website.

A typical morning service begins at 11.00 am. Usually, about 100 adults and children come each week. The younger people dip in and out of the main service, for activities of their own. After the service, everyone is welcome to meet for coffee and other refreshments.

There is a loop system for the hearing-impaired. The atmosphere is warm and friendly with a fairly traditional style of worship.


The Churchyard

A meadow area is being created at the south-east corner of the churchyard and the following seeds have been sown;

Si’ene alba

Centaurea cyanus

Agrostemma githago

Leucanthemum vulgare

Digitalis purpurea

Prunea vulgaris

Chrysanthemum segetum

Centaurea nigra

Plantago lanceolate

Papaver rhoeas

Anthemis anaensis

Silene dioica




Minor lotus


Yellow Rattle

We hope both residents and visitors will enjoy the display and ponder the riches of God’s creation.