Baxter United Reformed Church, The Bullring
Baxter United Reformed Church, The Bullring, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY10 2AA View on map
Built in 1884-5 by F W Tarring, the fourth church to be built on this site and named after the influential English Puritan cleric Richard Baxter (1615-1691) who lived and worked in Kidderminster. Constructed of red ragstone and Box Hill stone dressing with a 140 ft. tall spire. Interior contains notable stained glass and a three manual pipe organ by Walker and Sons.
Access to Sanctuary; Sunday 10am-1pm (worship). During the week, access to Sanctuary via the rear of the building. Foodbank on Monday and Wednesday 12:30pm-3pm, and Friday 9:30am-3pm. Thursday for coffee morning 10:30am-11:45am. Tuesday for Community Lunch 10am-1pm. Sanctuary open for Cards for Good Causes in late October - December, Monday - Friday 9:30am-3:30pm. Access at other reasonable times via key holder on 01562 824000.
In the town centre, off junction with A456 , St Mary's Ringway. Rail: Kidderminster (1 mile). Bus: Town centre bus station (600 yards) and central point for most services.
Spaces have time restriction. Includes nearby disabled parking. Large public car park nearby.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes