Welcome to St Mary's Church in Billingsley. Billingsley is a small village near Bridgnorth in the county of Shropshire, although for historical reasons Billingsley church comes under the Diocese of Hereford.
We hold two services each month: on the second Sunday of each month we have an informal "Sing-a-long Sunday" at 6pm, and on the fourth Sunday of each month we hold a Holy Communion Service at 8am. Please see our service page for further details and for information about the times of other special services that take place during the year.
We are always very pleased to welcome new people to our services, and the services are always followed by light refreshments and a chance to chat.
Everyone at Billingsley church would like to thank the hardworking Caring for God’s Acre volunteers who came today and made such a difference in our churchyard, despite the snow! Their next visit is on Tuesday 12th July, hope the weather is better then!
The Caring for God’s Acre volunteers are visiting Billingsley Church on Tuesday 26th April. They’ll be helping to maintain our beautiful churchyard by scything the wildflower area and repairing a section of fence. Do come along and join in – there’ll be plenty of tea and cake!
Billingsley Church has installed a new rainwater harvesting system to gather rainwater for use in the church. The harvested water is cleaned using an ultraviolet light, so that it is drinkable. The water has been tested and has been certified drinkable. We now provide facilities for visitors to help themselves to hot drinks, so next […]
The new fully accessible WC at Billingsley Church has been twinned with a latrine in the Mooro Kohli village in the Umerkot District in Pakistan. Toilet Twinning provides people in the poorest communities on the planet with a decent toilet, clean water and all the information they need to stay healthy. It’s the key to […]
Following a building project overseen by our Diocesan appointed architect, Billingsley church now has a fully accessible WC and a small kitchen area. Tea, coffee, hot chocolate, powdered milk and sugar are now left out so that visitors to the church can help themselves to a hot drink. The new facilities will also benefit people […]