St Gregory’s Parish Church

A notable local Christian landmark for welcome, worship and witness.

Our Sunday Service

Pew News, Intercessions, Collects & Revd Gaenor’s reflections

Prayer Space

Space to pray for others and ourselves


Participation in our village life 

Mothers Union

Christian Care for families 


St.Gregory’s is fortunate to have a 4-part choir.

Children and Families

Churches Together

A series of joint events during the year 

Baptisms and Confirmations

It is our belief that God loves everyone unconditionally 


A special and unique place to get married 

Funerals and Memorial Services

Providing support before, during and after the loss of a loved one. 

A little bit about us

A very warm welcome to St Gregory's Marnhull

St Gregory’s: A notable local landmark for welcome, worship and witness.

We aim to be:

Notable for our worship of God in words and music.
Notable for our warm welcome in Christ which extends to prayer and hospitality.
Notable for our Christian witness through the Holy Spirit by our practical action and care, locally and beyond.

SAFEGUARDING is an integral part of our mission and ministry for the safe welcome and wellbeing of everyone.

It is also  the responsibility of everyone. The PCC has renewed our Safeguarding Policy and contacts which you can find here. 

The church is open daily 9am- 4.30pm for both public worship and private prayer  – with some covid measures continuing in place.
  • Worship resources and our latest news can be found here on Our Sunday Service page.
  • If you have a matter for prayer or pastoral concern please contact Revd Gaenor 01258 821605 or gaenor@protonmail.com

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