St Matthews' Church, Main Street, Harlaston, Tamworth

St Matthews' Church, Main Street, Harlaston, Tamworth B79 9HT

St. Matthews church, Harlaston stands on elevated ground in the centre of the village, it is built in red brick on stone in Norman and early English styles with plastered internal walls. It consists of a nave, south porch, Norman tower, chancel and vestry. The tower has three bells and a clock. Harlaston church is a quiet peaceful place, it is small well-kept and traditional, it has some decorative Victorian stained glass, including the East Window which depicts the Ascension with Jesus surrounded by twelve disciples, the dedication may give a clue as to why. There is also some modern stained glass. Along with much of South-East Staffordshire Harlaston goes back along way before 1066.In the Doomsday Book it is recorded as having a corn mill. All are very welcome.

Opening Arrangements

St Matthew's Church is open every day between 10.00am and 5pm for prayer or quiet contemplation or just for a visit to our beautiful little church.

Parking Spaces