St Mary, Molland

A brief history of the Church of St Mary

The nave and the tower of the church are fifteenth century in age and replaced an earlier building, the north aisle being added in the sixteenth. The font is Norman (twelfth century) and is the only surviving part of the earlier church. One of the main features of the church are the box pews, 44 of them with their individual doors which date from the 1740s.

Living Churchyard - please click here for update



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Mr John Lawson  01398 341278
Mr Brian Taylor  01769 550704


Our Building

Music and Worship

Help for Visitors

Toilet – public toilets available in the village

Disabled toilet - public toilets available in the village

Car parking


Stained glass

Listed building

Bell ringing



Church open


Come to St Mary’s, Molland and walk through the beautiful daffodils - they are perfect at the moment.