St Andrew's church was built in the 1820s and opened in 1830. It is situated at the highest point in Netherton, set in 9.5 acres of graveyard, and featuring stunning views of the Clents, Malvern Hills, and The Wrekin. It is said that on a clear day you can see all the way to Bristol.
The interior of the church is tastefully and neutrally decorated, with stained glass windows, box pews, a balcony and organ. There is a rood screen which separate the congregation and the choir.