Church of the Resurrection, Hurley
|Church of the Resurrection|
|Church of the Resurrection, Hurley|
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|Denomination||Church of England|
|Website||Kingsbury And Baxterley Churches|
|Diocese||Diocese of Birmingham|
|Churchwarden(s)||Nicholas Guy & 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 Kingsbury and Baxterley group of churches along with Baxterley, Kingsbury, Merevale and Wood End. All five share the same Priest-in-Charge, John White. It is part of the Deanery of Polesworth, which is part of the Archdeanery 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