Pensax was formerly a chapelry of Lindridge and only became a separate parish in 1844. The old chapel at Pensax was taken down and the tower and nave of the present church built in 1832. The chancel and vestries were added in 1891.
Only the bells can be seen from the previous church. The treble was cast in 1669, the second in 1627 and the tenor in 1681. The treble and tenor were cast by John Martin of Worcester who also cast bells in Stockton-on-Teme and Lindridge.
The organ is by Nicholson of Worcester and the seats in the nave came from the redundant church of St Nicholas in Worcester.
If you have any questions or would like more information, contact details for St James the Great, as well as for the Parish Ministry and Administration teams, can be found on our Contact page.
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