Services have been resumed at Morville Church, for those wishing to attend, but with COVID19 mitigating restrictions in place – please see our Services page for further details. Visit us online on Facebook where you will find virtual daily acts of worship and prayer as well as latest news.


Regular Services

St Gregory’s offers traditional Anglican church services.

St. Gregory’s has its own organist and all services include hymn accompaniment.

For dates and more details see the services list on the Newsletter for the current month.

1st Sunday11.15amMorning Prayer
2nd Sunday11.15amHoly Communion
3rd Sunday6.30pmEvensong
4th Sunday11.15amHoly Communion

April 2nd (6.30pm) A service of words and reflections for Good Friday
April 4th (11.15am) A service of Holy Communion for Easter Day.

Please see the Bridgnorth Team Ministry weekly News/Pew Sheet for latest information on services and more plus our Facebook page.

Important COVID19 guidance for those wishing to attend a service at St Gregory the Great Church, Morville

The decision to attend public worship, particularly for those at extra risk (ie over the age of 70) and ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ during the current COVID19 pandemic with the risks associated, is the individual’s own.

To mitigate the risks COVID19 restrictions* are in place in the Church building. To protect yourself and others, those attending services are requested to adhere to the following:

  • Face coverings are mandatory in the church building (this is a legal requirement). Please bring your own.
  • Hand sanitiser should be used on entering and leaving the church. Supplies are in church.
  • The track and trace list should be completed on entering the church (or scan the QR code in the porch).
  • Maintain social distancing (2 metres) at all times both inside the church and in the churchyard.
  • Only sit on pews allocated for the congregation (people from the same  household or “bubble” can sit together).
  • Communal (congregational) singing shall not take place indoors or outdoors.
  • Only touch as few surfaces as possible.
  • When entering or leaving the church care needs to be taken that there is no
    mingling between households.

*Church of England Covid19 Advice on Conduct of Public Worship 12/1/2021 v2.8

Church Events

There no events currently scheduled due to Covid 19 restrictions.