Welcome to the Cleobury Mortimer Benefice.  We are a group of seven parishes in rural south-east Shropshire, which comprise the churches of St Mary the Virgin Cleobury Mortimer, St Michael, Hopton Wafers,  All Saints Neen Sollars, St George Milson, St John the Baptist Kinlet, St Mary Neen Savage and St John the Baptist Doddington.


Following the closure of all churches from 17 March, churches are now allowed to reopen for private prayer from Monday 15 June.  Information about reopening will be posted on individual churches' pages as soon as it is known.

 

Services have now re-started at all benefice churches from the beginning of September.  Details will be found on the services page, and on the pages for each individal church.

 

Bishop Richard visited St Mary's on Saturday 12 September as part of his Diocesan Pilgrimage.  A recording can be seen here.

 

Messages from the Clergy Team

Bishop Tengatenga's reflections on the death of George Floyd

Surviving and thriving III

Open again

Thoughts on lockdown

Isaiah and strength found in exile

Surviving and thriving II   

Thought on darkness and light   

Rector's letter - June

SS Peter & Paul - 29th June

A view from the pew - lockdown and faith

Surviving and thriving

A sermon for the fifth Sunday of Eastertide

Psalm 23 - a short meditation

Where is God in coronavirus?

Reflection, Thomas

St Brendan the Navigator

Rector's message May

Christ is Risen

Reflection for Easter Sunday Evening

The victory of the resurrection

Brynach and the strength of contemplation

Mary and the strength of acceptance

Praying together

Church closure

 

 

Meditative music from Truro Cathedral