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.


We hope you enjoy looking round our website. We'd love you to  come and visit us soon!


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.


Rogation Walk


Every year we as a whole parish and community look forward to the annual Rogation Walk which is held on the early May Bank Holiday. This year was to be very special as it combined with VE Day.


It is not possible to hold the event this year so we look forward instead to 2021. One more step....




In the light of our current national situation and the latest Prime Ministerial broadcast, here below is our initial response. Further updates and guidance will follow as the situation develops tomorrow. Please click here on this blog post for the full Pastoral Statement


Latest guidance from the Church of England


In light of the Government guidance around non-essential contact, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued advice that public worship is suspended until further notice. 



Churches should be open where possible but with no public worship services taking place. Prayers can be said by clergy and ministers on behalf of everyone and churches should consider ways of sharing this with the wider community. See more below on digital resources that are under development and currently available.


Read more in this press release, published at 13:30 on Tuesday 17 March 2020.




We will be updating information on our website on a regular basis.