The church of St. John the Baptist was originally dedicated to God and St. Alban and is an ancient edifice of stone, in the Early English style.
There is a chancel and nave and an embattled western tower, containing 5 bells.
The Church was formerly a possession of the Abbey of St. Albans and some portions appear to date from the time of Richard II, others from that of Edward III.
The church was restored in 1880, under the direction of the late Sir G. G. Scott R.A.
Work on the church tower starts on 20th February 2023. Further information is available here.
The Reverend Petra Elsmore – Tel: 07557 045703
St John the Baptist Church has been at the heart of the Granborough Community for over 700 years, and it continues to be so today. It is a place of sanctuary, peace, love and faith, open to everyone.
We are a friendly and welcoming congregation and enjoy modern lively worship accompanied by traditional and modern music. Our services are for all ages, they start at 11.00 am each Sunday, and we alternate between Family Services and Family Communion.
You are most welcome to join us for any of our services or events. Please find more details on our website https://www.nmgchurches.co.uk
a Place to Meet
a Place to Chat
a Place to Think
a Place to Play
Age 10 and above, Thursdays at 7.30 pm, school term time only at Brambles, Green End. Newcomers are very welcome! The Crew are a member of Urban Saints and Granborough Church but encourages all faiths and none to join together for fun.
For more details contact Liz 07805 858338 or Robert 07905 419117
Granborough Church Flower Rota
We are a small team of five who decorate the church with flowers throughout the year and would very much appreciate some help.
We use vases and therefore you do not have to be a trained flower arranger.
Each person places flowers in the church for 3 weeks at a time (a cool church means that the flowers last a long time).
Please contact Davina on 670596 for further information and hopefully to volunteer your help.