There are three main churches meeting in the village.

St Peter and St Paul's, Anglican church

This Georgian church, sited on (not suprisingly!) Church Lane, is a Grade 1 listed building.

It has an active congregation, which is currently led by Rev Penny Green.  (Telephone number: 01522 595596).  The church is part of a group of 8 local churches known as the South Lawres and Barlings Benefice.  Details of their many services and activities can be found on their website: .

Cherry Willingham Methodist Church

Cherry Willingham Methodists outgrew their tiny chapel on the High Street and sold it to the Parish Council in 1999 for use as a Parish Office.  (The building is now known as the Millennium Hall.)

The Methodist church currently holds a weekly Sunday service at 10.30am in the Church Hall, on the High Street.  Members also organise and lead a monthly service for young people and adults with learning disabilities.  This is held in Fiskerton Village Hall at 3pm on the third Sunday of every month apart from August.  The current Methodist minister for Cherry Willingham is Rev Melanie Greenall. (Telephone: 01522 510959)

The Vine Community Church

The Vine church meet in the Vine Centre, which is the Library building on the Parade. As well as a Sunday morning service at 11am, the centre is used for a variety of activities during the week.  Volunteers also run the Library there on Thursday and Saturday mornings.  The church is led by Jenny and Darren Pepper. (Telephone: 01522 872011)  Full details of the church's activities can be found on their website: .