About St. Denys’
The church of St. Denys is located in the village of Severn Stoke, near Worcester in the UK. It is the sister church to St. Mary’s and thus shares many of the same resources.. It is a Church of England (CoE) church, thus a Christian place of worship.
The Parish of Kempsey is part of the Deanery of Upton-upon-Severn, which in turn is part of the Diocese of Worcester.
How to find St. Denys’
The nearest PostCode, for use in a SatNav system is : WR8 9JQ.
Map courtesy of Google Maps: Map – St. Denys’
Note : St. Denys’ is located at the end of Church Lane in Severn Stoke and is clearly visible from the A38. It is situated near the Crown pub.
If you want to see the location in Google Earth, please use the following co-ordinates :
52° 5’38.65″N, 2°12’41.70″W
You should be able to cut and paste these co-ordinates directly into the search criteria.
Severn Stoke is situated on the A38, approximately 6 miles south of Worcester and 12 miles north of Tewkesbury. It is accessible by car from the M5 (J7) or the M50 (J1). There are rail links into Worcester (Foregate Street and Shrub Hill) but no direct train service to Severn Stoke itself. Buses run from Worcester and Tewkesbury through Severn Stoke. Severn Stoke is a very small village and it is easy to find the church as it is visible from the main road.
By car, from the North – Head south on the A38 from Worcester (or from J7 of the M5). The third village you come to (about 6 miles) is Severn Stoke (having driven through Kempsey and Clifton). Church Lane is on the right and the church is next to the Rose & Crown pub, which also has a sign by the road. The church is clearly visible from the main road from this direction.
By car, from the South – Head north on the A38 from Tewkesbury (or from J1 of the M50). Severn Stoke is about 6 miles north of the M50 junction with the A38 and 6 miles south of Worcester itself. Once in Severn Stoke, Church Lane is on the left, but the church is not so visible from the main road from this direction. However, the sign for the Rose & Crown pub, which is next to the church, is clearly visible from the road.