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Worship

We are a parish in the Leadon Vale Benefice. Click here for the Benefice website.

Click here for the St Bartholomew’s arrangements during the November lockdown. 

For the Wednesday private prayer from 18th November, visitors will be limited to 4 inside the building and people will be asked to wait outside when necessary.
Government Covid 19 guidelines need to be adhered to:
– Keep 2 metres apart outside and inside the church
– Use hand sanitiser when entering and leaving the building
– Sit /kneel in designated areas only
– Wearing a face covering is recommended
– We are advised that 10—15mins should be the optimum time to stay.
– Any prayer requests can be given to whoever is on duty or ring Jill Bond 01452 840202

Click  here for the link to the Leadon Vale online Sunday services starting at 10.15 am

The church family

in Redmarley is a small and prayerful group of people, dedicated and hard working and looking to spread the good news of Jesus Christ throughout the village and beyond. We enjoy a good response for special services, social and fundraising events. There is a service each Sunday and this may be at St. Bartholomew’s or we join with the congregations of other parishes in the benefice.

We enjoy meeting together for fund raising and other social activities.

Our ministry team  here

Our churchwardens here

See our services for this month here

Safeguarding

Our safeguarding officer is Hilary Morton – 01531 651869 – redmarleyforge@gmail.com

Our safeguarding policy can be seen here 

Find us

Address:  The Causeway, Redmarley, Gloucester    GL19 3HS
Location: The church is located in the centre of the village, please click here for map (arrow points to exact location of church on the Causeway).

Facilities – click here

Keys to the church

The church is usually open from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm. If you find it locked, please phone Anne Rogers 01531 650078 or 07 773 086 479

Enquiries

All enquiries relating to St Bartholomew’s Redmarley  i.e. about Weddings, Baptisms or Funerals should go to the Churchwarden

Church Fabric

St Bartholomew’s tower is on the English Heritage “At risk” register. Fund-raising is being handled by Redmarley Church Heritage Society – click here to visit their webpages

Other information

Click here for further information