Due to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic services have been suspended in St Gregory the Great church. This a fluid situation and a notice is shown on the door when no services are being held. Please check the weekly circular for the latest information on services here and at the other churches in the Bridgnorth benefice. We remain a praying community and this church is open during daylight hours for individual private prayer. Visit us online on Facebook where you will find daily acts of worship and prayer. If you wish to speak to a member of the clergy please contact one of the Team Clergy (see Contact Us)

Open gardens

Hidden behind the impressive exterior of Morville Hall are a series of beautiful private gardens, each linked to the other but retaining their own character. These are open to the public on selected dates for fund raising events such as the National Garden Scheme (NGS) and Shropshire Historic Churches Trust.

The gardens are not open at the same time as Morville Hall. Admission charges are applicable to gardens entry and are made for charity fundraising. These charges are for entry to private gardens and are unrelated to the National Trust. National Trust membership does not exempt visitors from charges.

The gardens are planned to be open in 2021 (subject to COVID19 restrictions) on:

16th May 2pm – 4.30pm - Shropshire Historic Churches Trust
13 th June 2pm- 4.30pm - NGS

We hope to provide teas in church for the above garden opening.

* The gardens are on a single level and wheelchair access to most areas is good,
weather conditions permitting.