• SCTG is a network of unparalleled Shropshire churches and chapels in the county, which have dominated the landscape and life of communities for more than a thousand years.  All our churches offer visitors both a warm welcome and features of interest.

    SCTG is an ecumenical body of self-motivated people interested in the development and promotion of church tourism to enhance the visitor’s appreciation and enjoyment of Shropshire.

    SCTG is a fully constituted voluntary organisation, and a member of The Churches Visitor & Tourism Association.

    Are you visiting Shropshire ?  This website gives you all the information you need to start exploring our churches.

    Are you part of a church community in Shropshire ?  Find out more about the benefits of being a member of the SCTG.


    Above: St Eata's Church, Atcham, photographed on the SCTG Churches Tour 2015


    SUMMER CONCERT AT STANTON LACY. Click here for a Swing into Summer poster

    LATEST NEWSLETTER, Winter 2016, click HERE

    VOLUNTEERS URGENTLY NEEDED  Can you help? see situations vacant

    COUND 800  Click HERE for an exciting programme of events at St Peter's for their 800th Anniversary

    'CARING FOR GOD'S ACRE' newsletter

    'HELLO AND WELCOME' a complete guide to providing a better visitor experience, and a quick guide to welcoming visitors:- Is your church ready for visitors?



    Request copies of the SCTG Brochure please provide name, organisation, telephone number (to arrange a convenient collection point) and number of copies required.

    If you find that you are running low and need more brochures, please contact Fiona Pearson, 

    email brochures@discovershropshirechurches.co.uk    or phone 01691 662109

    Thanks to Lorna for all her hard work in setting up and running  this website. 
    Your website has a new spider in charge.

    Please send news and events in your church to office@discovershropshirechurches.co.uk for posting on your church's page, with a link to it on the home page. It's a good way to advertise. You may also expand the information and pictures on your own page if you wish. The brighter and livelier the better!

    Does your churchyard have ancient yew trees? Follow this fascinating link to see how they should be cared for:-  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMJfkhjypJw

    Two interesting and informative articles from 'Reflections', the quarterly publication from Hereford Diocese. See NEWS