Welcome to the web site of the church of St Gregory the Great, Morville. We are an Anglican church serving the parish of Morville, a small Shropshire village, 3 miles from the market town of Bridgnorth.
The church is a member of the Bridgnorth and Morville Parishes Team Ministry which in turn is part of the Diocese of Hereford. We hold traditional weekly Sunday services including a monthly Communion Service based on the Book of Common Prayer. All are very welcome whether you wish to join us regularly or come for services such as Christmas Day or Harvest Festival.
We are also delighted to welcome visitors, those seeking Baptism or arranging a Wedding. The church which dates back to 1118, has an interesting history and is normally open to visitors every day between 10.00am and 4pm.
Our website aims to provide information on our services and activities, the church history and links to other sites which may be useful. In particular there is a considerable amount of information on the Bridgnorth Team ministry web site which should be referred to if you have not found the information you require. Click here to access the Bridgnorth Team Ministry website.
Our 2023 Christmas Services
Carol Service - 4.00pm (followed by mince pies and mulled wine)
(note – no service in the morning)
Morning Prayer (lay led) – 11.15am
Christmas Day Holy Communion - 11.00am
Services - Details of our services can be found on the Services Page. COVID19 is still about so it is wise to take precautions to protect yourself and others. Hand sanitiser is provided.
Visiting the church - The church is open during daylight hours for individual private prayer and for visitors to explore the church.
Can You Help Morville Church Please?
We rely on the congregation and visitors’ generosity through church collections, donations and fund raising events to maintain and keep the Church open. If you feel that you can make a donation your support will be greatly appreciated - thank you. Please see our Support Us page for more information on how you can support this rural church and churchyard.