St. Mary's Church Marshfield

2021 Worship and Zoom

All our Benefice Services are now held in church but as we know that Zoom has meant anyone can join in worship wherever they were, we will continue to film the 10.30am service in church for you to join live on Zoom using the link below. Please note next Sunday (22nd August) the 10.30am service will be in Marshfield School as we join together with the Holiday Club for a celebration service. 

Join Zoom Meeting : on Sundays at 10.30am

Meeting ID: 659 348 7054    Password: 145703

Help on using Zoom


KidsClub will fully restart in September, but before then we have the Holiday Club from August 17th-20th. Turn up on Tuesday morning for 10am at the school if you would like your primary age children to join in.

Resources to help families engage with the Bible and the Christian faith can be found here.  


9.00am Breakfast Church (3rd Sunday each Month) for all ages worshipping together

Church@5pm service (4th Sunday) for all ages worshipping together (Zoom in June, break in July and August – back in church in September)

Resources to help families to engage with the Bible can be found here.

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A Message from the Ministry Team

Our Benefice Churches are open daily. Communion services are offered in church at 9.00am as follows:

Cold Ashton 1st Sunday; Marshfield 2nd Sunday; Tormarton 3rd Sunday; West Littleton 4th Sunday.

Jesus called us ‘to love our neighbours as ourselves’ which we do willingly, but our nation also needs us to be a community of prayer. St James wrote that if  ‘anyone lacks wisdom they should ask God for it’. That is something we can do for those with leadership responsibilities at this time, as well as praying for strength in body, mind and spirit for all in healthcare, education and key work and for those who are economically vulnerable, anxious, ill, or bereaved.

May God continue to grant us courage, patience and His protection and healing.                                                        Rev. Sally Wheeler

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Ride and Stride

This year’s Gloucestershire Historic Churches Trust Ride and Stride takes place this weekend.

Sally and Bob will be out walking (in the rain??) to the four Benefice churches again to raise money for the charity. Please support them by going to the JustGiving Page Thank you! We have raised £495 with Gift Aid to date….

The churches in our Benefice have received grants from GHCT this year, so it is important to support them, and as a bonus, half of whatever we raise comes back to the Benefice! All four churches will be opened to welcome any Riders or Striders who are out raising money for their local churches.

Ride+Stride is a nationwide event supported by the National Churches Trust but organised by local historic churches trusts. Each year, thousands of people are sponsored to travel from church to church by walking or cycling (or on horseback – as did Heather Gent last year!) If you’d like to take part then you can find out more on the GHCT website.

Youth Alpha Plus


Following the success of our Youth Alpha course we are launching a new group for anyone who is in year 12/13 at college or university.  We will explore what Christian faith in today’s world looks like for this age group and work together to achieve specific charitable goals.  Those who have a Christian faith, are undecided or who want help to understand the World around us are very welcome.  

For further information from Phil Collis on 07966 495787 or

Latest news from our CMS partners Jimmy and Katia Rocks

Katia & Jimmy Rocks

The Rocks family in Brazil ask us to keep them in our prayers. Read their latest news here.

The Chosen

This is a series of films, beautifully made, telling the story of Jesus and some of his followers. The Chosen spotlights the real-life men and women who knew Christ.

Episodes of The Chosen are available to watch by downloading The Chosen App for free.

This is what people say about it:

This series is quite brilliant. The best depiction of Jesus and the disciples I’ve ever watched. Some great back stories and great acting too – not some of the disappointing stuff you get with low budget ‘religious’ series. Well worth watching whether you’re a believer or an atheist.

John Marsden April 7, 2021

Excellent. I struggle to stop watching. I am blessed, and I love how it makes me think of what might had happened in between the lines of the scriptures. Thanks!  No connection issues or viewing issues. Brilliant! Praise God!

Levi Sutherland  April 10, 2021

Bible Study – ‘The Bible Course’

A new group for anyone who’d like grow in faith alongside others starts this autumn.

The Bible Course (from the Bible Society) is a contemporary way to gain an over view of the Bible and see ‘God’s Big Story’ in context.

The group will meet on Thursday evenings 7.30-9.00pm in the Chapel (Marshfield High Street) and the first meeting is on 7th October.

We’d love to see you there.

Mike & Celia Strathdee

Giving to your local Church

You are now able to give to Marshfield and Tormarton churches via online donations, as well as through the Parish Giving Scheme.

Visit our Giving Page for more information, or click to donate.

Thank you.

Safeguarding Policies

The PCC takes the safety of everyone within the church very seriously and expects that everyone will work within the church safeguarding policies.

Our safeguarding policy and principles can be found below, alongside useful contact numbers and a code of conduct for church members.

Marshfield Benefice Safeguarding Policy

Safeguarding Useful Contacts

Safeguarding Principles

Code of Conduct for Church Members

Marshfield Church Porch Mini Larder

For anyone in need, we are providing a mini larder in the church porch, containing tinned and dried food.

Take what you need, no need to ask.

Those who can, please contribute when you are able and leave in-date food items in the box.

Reflections Now Available Online

For those of you that may have missed our Sunday Zoom Services, the reflections are now available on our Resources page, alongside prayer leaflets, our monthly prayer diary, and other online resources.


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