We are four friendly churches serving the Parish of The Whitacres, Lea Marston and Shustoke. We strive to continually discover ways in which we can offer God's love to everyone in the parish. Our services are quite relaxed and of a central tradition. We have a mix of Holy Communion and Morning Prayer services, please do have a look at our service pattern to see which services might suit you best. Everyone is made welcome here, whether it is your first time in church or you have been coming for a lifetime.


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Welcome to Our Parish

Our Churches

We are a parish of four churches in rural North Warwickshire, part of the Church of England in Birmingham. Click on the photo above to learn more about each of our churches.


Weddings are an exciting part of church life. All the information you need is right here. Please click on the image above.


Since we are a parish of 4 churches we rotate our servicees around the churches during each month. Information of our weekly and special services can be found by clicking on the image above.


The Bishop of Birmingham is delighted to announce that, subject to the usual checks, Revd Rebecca Stephens has been appointed as vicar of St Peter’s Church Maney, in the deanery of Aston & Sutton Coldfield. Becky is currently the vicar of the Whitacres, Lea Marston and Shustoke in Coleshill Deanery, CofE Birmingham. She is
also the Bishop’s Adviser in Women’s Ministry, a role she continues in her new post.

Bishop David says, ‘It has been great to see Becky’s energy and wisdom in her parishes and wider diocesan role. I am delighted that we will continue to benefit from her ministry both in her new parish and across the wider CofE Birmingham Family. It is great to see our clergy colleagues growing in their calling and oversight and playing a full part in God’s blessing for our city region.’

Becky comments, ‘It has been an honour to serve in my current villages where I have learnt much from so many people committed to the life of faith in these rural communities. It will be hard to leave. However, God calls us all into new things from time to time and I’m absolutely delighted to have been appointed the vicar of St. Peter’s. We are looking forward to this new chapter for myself and the family in Maney.

Arrangements for Becky’s institution and start date are in discussion but she will move in February next year with a probably start later that month or early March. Please join us all in praying for Becky and the family in this transition. Also remember the Whitacres, Lea Marston and Shustoke as they prepare for a vacancy as well as Maney and their welcome of their new priest.