Solemn High Mass at Our Lady & St Egwin, Evesham


11:00 a.m. on Saturday 30 December
1300th Anniversary of the Death of St Egwin

St Mary & St Egwin, 
118 High St, Evesham WR11 4EJ

A Solemn High Mass for the 1300th Anniversary of the Death of St Egwin, founder of Evesham Abbey.

Please consider supporting this Solemn High Mass which Fr Christopher Draycott has organised over and above his customary Low Masses on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Contact details:

Address: St Mary & St Egwin, 118 High St, Evesham WR11 4EJ
Phone:    01386 – 442 468

St Egwin was an English nobleman who became bishop of Worcester in AD 692. Charged with being overly strict by his clergy, Egwin went to Rome. Upon his return to England, and prompted by a vision of Our Blessed Lady, he founded Evesham Abbey with the aid of Coenred, King of Mercia. In AD 709, Egwin returned to Rome, accompanied by King Coenred and King Offa of the East Saxons. (To learn more about this local saint see the short article in Early British Kingdoms)

Next Mass at St Wulstan's


3:00 p.m. on Sunday 14 January
2nd Sunday after Epiphany 

St Wulstan's, Wells Road, Little Malvern WR14 4JL

The celebrant will be Dom Jonathan Rollinson OSB, a monk of Belmont Abbey, near Hereford who has kindly offered to support us.

Extraordinary Malvern is the online home of Traditional Latin Liturgy (i.e. Liturgy in the Extraordinary Form) in and around Little Malvern, Worcestershire.   Whilst is not currently planned to celebrate a Traditional Latin Mass every Sunday at St Wulstan's, it is hoped that Mass will be celebrated regularly twice each month on 2nd and 4th Sundays and that those Masses will be sung.   Please always check on the website for updates before setting out.  


If you would like to register interest in attending or to offer help please contact us on schola.uk@btopenworld.com or complete and submit the form on the Contact page.  I shall then endeavour to contact you as soon as possible.

St Wulstan's, Little Malvern

St Wulstan's, Little Malvern is a parish within the Archdiocese of Birmingham, a province of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales in Communion with the Holy See.   It is currently administered by the Benedictine monks of Downside Abbey.

Daily Office (Extraordinary Form)


Today's Divine Office sung by the monks of l'Abbaye Sainte-Madeleine du Barroux, France: