Christ Church, Worton and Marston

Welcome to Christ Church.  We offer a warm welcome to anyone visiting our church.  We have regular services every Sunday morning at 9:30am, followed by coffee (and often cake too!) and time to chat and meet people. Our Grade II listed church building is open every day and provides a quiet, reflective space, with beautiful flowers provided by our team of creative volunteers.  Our church is part of the Wellsprings Benefice in the heart of Wiltshire, close to the town of Devizes.  Come and visit us to find out more and learn why so many people say "What a lovely space!" when they visit us.

Give to Christ Church, Worton and Marston

Support our mission and ministry, and the upkeep of our grounds

Get in touch

Sarah Leckie

c/o The Rectory,
9 Coxhill Lane,

SN10 5PH
Benefice Administrator

Our website

What's on

Celtic Service

Monthly. Every Last Wednesday at for 1 hour
Poulshot: St Peter
Poulshot, SN10 1SB, United Kingdom

If you would like a little bit of peaceful reflection during the pell-mell of your busy week, then you are very welcome to join us at our Celtic Service on the last Wednesday of the month, starting at 5:00pm and lasting about 3/4 hour.
Reflect, remember, hope for whatever is on your heart, bring yourself to God in the beauty of St Peters historic and beautiful church in the village of Poulshot.
A candle, some music and scripture, often season based, you will be made most welcome. This is usually a Lay led service.

Read the latest version of our parish magazine, The Bridge, here:


Christ Church takes its responsibilities surrounding the safeguarding of children, young people, and adults who may be at risk very seriously, and works in partnership with the Diocese of Salisbury to ensure that we work in accordance with best practice at all times.

If you have any safeguarding questions or concerns you can contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Sarah Leckie, on 07516224057, email [email protected], or the Rector Rev Gerry Lynch on 01380 739064, email [email protected].

Alternatively, you can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers by going to the web page below which provides full details of the support provided for safeguarding and links to further contacts.

Click here to read more about the Diocese of Salisbury's safeguarding support