• 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.

    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.


    300 years of bells at St Oswald's Oswestry,  Go up the tower and have a go at ringing next weekend. See Heritage Open Days

    Not to be missed at St George of Cappadocia, Frankwell, A MONK'S TALE, straight from the Edinburgh Fringe

    LATEST NEWSLETTER, Summer 2017, click HERE

    '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?


  • Ride and Stride

    For details of this event in aid of the Shropshire Historic Churches Trust, see Ride and Stride



    500 years of the Reformation

    The Roman Catholic Cathedral in Shrewsbury is holding a series of lectures in September and October exploring the significance of the Reformation. To see the relevant page from the 'Churches Together in Shropshire' June newsletter with dates and details click Reformation. 

    Repair bids wanted

    There's still time to apply for a repair grant from Lichfield Diocese. Shrewsbury Abbey and St Bartholomew's Tong are among the churches which have already received grants. 

    To see the relevant page from 'Spotlight' the May-June Diocese newsletter, click here


    Members:- Click here to see the Members' Page