Church of the Resurrection, Hurley
|Church of the Resurrection|
|Church of the Resurrection, Hurley|
|OS grid reference||SP 247 958|
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Website||Kingsbury And Baxterley Churches|
|Diocese||Diocese of Birmingham|
|Province||Province of Canterbury|
|Vicar(s)||Revd. Janet Gasper MD|
|Churchwarden(s)||Mr. Nicholas Guy And Dr. Paul Beavon.|
The church was built in 1861 as a school. It was also used for Sunday services. the school later moved to a brick building behind the original wooden building. the later building was knocked down in 1998, when it was replaced by the current school building a short distance away. The foundations of the second building are still visible on the car park.
The Church is made of wood and cast iron and is a green colour, it sits on the edge of Hurley. There is a graveyard to the church a short distance away, containing two war graves of First World War soldiers.
It is part of the Deanery of Polesworth, which is part of the Arch Deanery of Aston.
- Salzman, L F, ed. (1947), The Victoria History of the Counties of England: A History of the County of Warwick: Hemlingford Hundred IV, A Constanle, pp. 100–114