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Worship in person

You are very welcome to join us at any of our services. We offer a variety of services to meet a range of needs, including activities for children. The 10:00 service in St Mary’s, Wallingford is followed by refreshments and visitors are invited to stay and chat.  

Book of Common Prayer (BCP), Common Worship (CW)​

St Agatha’s, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell

First Sunday each month 

09:30 Family Service 

All other Sundays  

09:30 Parish Communion 

St James’, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell

Second and fourth Sunday each month 

08:00 Said Communion (CW) 

Fifth Sunday 

08:00 Said Communion (BCP)

St Mary Magdalene, Crowmarsh Gifford

First Sunday each month 

11:00 Family Service 

All other Sundays  

11:00 Parish Communion 

St Mary's, Newnham Murren

Two or three services are held here during the year. Check notices and events. 

St Leonard’s, Wallingford

Every Sunday 

08:00 Holy Communion (BCP)
18:30 Evensong or Choral Evensong (BCP)

St Mary-le-More, Wallingford


11:00 Holy Communion (CW)

Second Sunday each month

10:15 Family Service, preceded by crafts at 09:45
11:30 Said Communion (CW)

All other Sundays

10:00 Parish Communion (CW), when the children have an opportunity to attend JAM (Children’s Church – Jesus And Me) during the service. 

Morning Prayer

Monday - Friday inclusive

08:30 Zoom 


09:00  St Agatha's Parish Room, Brightwell


09:00 St Mary Magdalene, Crowmarsh

Via Zoom


20:00 Prayer with the Heart - a service of reflection, silent prayer and compline

We look forward to meeting you.

Worship online

If you can’t join us in-person our services from both St Mary's and St Leonard's, Wallingford are streamed every Sunday and can be found on YouTube. 

You are able to make an online donation here. Thank you.

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Calendar for Church use

 BROWN  Brightwell-cum-Sotwell       GREEN  Crowmarsh       BLUE  Wallingford

Life events

Get in contact with the clergy team if you would like to find out more about baptism, weddings or funerals in any of the team churches. We have also provided links to the Church of England which provide more information.

Clergy contacts

Team Rector 

The Revd. Sarah Nesbitt
Tel 07770 930756

Team Vicar (Villages)

The Revd. Kevin Beer
34 Thamesmead,

Crowmarsh Gifford,
OX10 8EY

Tel: 01491 599873

Image by Joshua Reddekopp


Baptism (or christening) marks both the beginning of the journey of faith and also joining the Church family. This can be undertaken at any age. If you are interested in being baptised or having your child baptised. One of the clergy will be very pleased to meet with you to discuss what is involved.


We are delighted that you are exploring the possibility of getting married in one of churches. We would love to hear about your plans and help you with them in any way we can. 

The information booklet, for couples intending to marry or to have a service of blessing at our churches, includes everything you will need to know, from legal requirements to your options for music, hymns and readings, and the forms to fill in. The booklet includes a booking form.

There is also lots of information and great tips on planning your church wedding at the Church of England’s weddings website.

Image by Ryan Crotty


When someone you love dies you suddenly have a lot of decisions to make and this can be very hard on top of the emotional challenges of this time.

It helps if a loved one has left his or her wishes about the funeral but this isn’t often the case and so for most people there are decisions to be made about what kind of funeral would be most fitting, where it should be, what will be sung and said.


Your first point of contact may be with the Funeral Directors and they will help you with all the arrangements. If you have already decided that you wish the service to be at one of our Churches the funeral director will contact us to fix the date. One of the clergy will then arrange to meet with you to discuss the service.


Whether you have the service in one of our Churches or at the crematorium we are here to support you in your time of loss. Many churches are open during the day if you wish to come and pray and light a candle. And please do not hesitate to contact one of the clergy if you need further support and prayer. 

Outreach communion

Some members of our parish are unable to attend church due to sickness or age; in this event, there is a small team of people who celebrate communion with them at their homes.

Holy Communion is regularly taken to local care homes Rush Court and Sotwell Hill House.

Daily prayer

Listen or read The Church of England daily prayer here.

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