St Mary’s church was built by the Knights Templar in the late twelfth or early thirteenth century.
The building consist of a nave, central tower and chancel, all arranged in a East – West line. there is a small porch in the southern corner and a vestry in the north, all standing in a small churchyard.
The church tower is original and about 10 feet square and of a style which has elements of the late Norman and early English periods.
The nave is entered from the fifteenth century porch and probably dates from the thirteenth century and is thus probably a later addition to the original building. It is decorated with wall paintings which span six centuries, some of which were only rediscovered in the 1960s.
St Mary the Virgin and the Parish of Radnage are part of the West Wycombe Benefice in The Oxford Diocese. The Rector is the Reverend Nigel Lacey and the Curate is the Reverend Linda Richardson.
Visitors are very welcome to worship at our Sunday service held on the first four Sundays of each month.
Communion services are held every Sunday at 09:30 except on the first Sunday of the month when a Family Morning Praise service is held, including a junior church.
For information about our services or for pastoral support, please contact:
Revd. Linda Richardson
Telephone: 01494 484030