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.
The AGM of St Mary's Church, Billingsley PCC will be taking place on Wednesday 4th March, 7.30pm at The Bulls Head in Chelmarsh. This is an important meeting where the formal PCC posts are elected and the plans for the forthcoming year are discussed. If you would like to get involved, have some ideas for future services or fundraising, or just want to learn more and meet the PCC at an informal venue, please do come along. You will be most welcome and it will be lovely to see you there!
Zoe and Rebecca
From March our 9.30am morning prayer (which falls on the 2nd Sunday of every month) will be replaced with a 6pm informal "sing-a-long Sunday". This will take the format of a community Songs of Praise style evening. It will be very informal, and we invite you to come along, sing your favourite hymns, and enjoy some refreshments with your neighbours. Tea and coffee will be provided, but to add to the informal feel, you are welcome to "bring a bottle" to share with your friends during and/or after the service.
If you are attending on a certain date in the future and wish to request a specific hymn to be sung, please ensure you have contacted the Churchwardens by the 1st of that month (see the Contact us page).
More news to follow soon....
Spring Newsletter *new*
Church Wardens Rebecca Hadley and Zoe Baggott have been trained in Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults and they are the local parish points of contacts for any matters of this nature. If you have any concerns or wish to discuss something with them, please use the "contact us" link on this website to make an initial contact and Rebecca or Zoe will get in touch with you ASAP.
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