Chellington Team Ministry: Links to the websites of the other seven parishes in Team Chellington.
St Mary's Church, Stevington: The website of our joint parish, St Mary's Church in Stevington.
Turvey Abbey: The Priory of Our Lady of Peace, a Roman Catholic community of nuns living according to the Rule of Saint Benedict. They live next door to the monks of the Monastery of Christ our Saviour, with whom they share daily worship. Visitors are welcome to join the community in worship.
Turvey Monastery: The Monastery of Christ Our Saviour is next door to the Priory of Our Lady of Peace, Turvey Abbey. The community belongs to the Benedictine Congregation of Our Lady of Monte Oliveto. The monks share daily worship with the nuns. Visitors are welcome to join the community in worship.
Turvey and Stevington - Village Information
Turvey Mysteries: Turvey Mysteries first came together in 2005 to perform Tony Harrison's celebrated cycle of mystery plays with music. The plays are community productions, in the wonderful historical setting of All Saints' Church.
The Turvey Website: Lots of information about the history of the village, and the families who lived here.
Turvey News: The Village Magazine of Turvey and Cold Brayfield. Turvey News is produced quarterly and is delivered free to all the homes in Turvey and Cold Brayfield. It is produced by a team of volunteers and is funded entirely by advertising. The website includes a What's On calendar for Turvey and the surrounding area.
Turvey News Facebook Page: Events in and around Turvey, photos, items wanted and for sale, chat - pretty much anything you can think of really!
Turvey Pre-School Playgroup: Turvey Pre-School Playgroup provide a caring, safe and stimulating learning environment in which children can develop and progress at their own rate with the individual support that they need.
Turvey Lower School: Find out all you need to know about our village school, for ages 4-9.
Stevington Parish Council: Events and news from Stevington Parish Council
Stevington Village: Events and village societies, links to other Stevington websites
Stevington Historical Trust: The Stevington History Group was formed in September 1999 to research the history of the Village. The object of the Trust is to advance the education of the public in the history of Stevington.
Turvey House: Turvey House and gardens are open to the public on selected Wednesdays and Saturdays (and one Sunday in July) as well as the May and August Bank Holidays. The entrance to Turvey House is right next to All Saints, so why not visit both on the same day?
Church of England
Church of England: The Church of England's official Website. Learn more about the Church of England, our faith, weddings, baptisms, funerals, prayer, worship, education, national society and more.
Diocese of St Albans: The Church of England in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. History, links to parishes and a virtual tour of the cathedral.
A Church Near You: Information about parish churches and the services and events that take place there.
The Fairtrade Foundation: Fairtrade works for better prices, decent working conditions and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers.
Christian Aid: An international development charity, working with people of all faiths and none, in around 50 countries, to eradicate poverty.
Tear Fund: A Christian international development charity, working through local churches to unlock people's potential, helping them to discover that the answer to poverty is within themselves.
Beds & Herts Historic Churches Trust: This Trust was established in 1991 to raise and manage funds to help the restoration and repair of churches and chapels in the counties of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, and also part of Barnet.
The Royal School of Church Music: The RSCM supports a world-wide network of over 8,000 churches, schools and individuals. They are are committed to achieving the best use of good music in worship – whatever the resources, whatever the styles.
The British Institute of Organ Studies: The BIOS exists to encourage and promote the study of the pipe organ, its history and design, and to increase appreciation and understanding of its music by both organists and the general public.
The National Pipe Organ Register: The NPOR is provided by the British Institute of Organ Studies. It contains details of 35,000 organs including 10,000 pictures and 260 sound recordings.