Welcome to the White Horse Team Ministry
Coronavirus STOP PRESS..
From 2nd May 2021 we are pleased to return to weekly worship at
both Holy Trinity Dilton Marsh
and All Saints Westbury at 9.30am.
We will continue to hold weekly services using Zoom at 11am
with Cafe Church on Zoom at 10am on the 2nd Sunday of the month.
Please sign up for our e-newsletter or contact us for details
if you would like to join us.
If you have any specific queries please see our
Staff and Leadership page for ways to reach us directly.
Further information can be found
here on the Church of England website
The White Horse Team Ministry is a Church of England benefice in the Diocese of Salisbury and is located within the beautiful scenery of West Wiltshire. It allows the parishes of Westbury and Dilton Marsh to work together to spread God’s word and do his work throughout our community.
Four churches, one team
We hold regular services in four churches for which we are responsible: All Saints, Westbury; Holy Trinity, Dilton Marsh; Holy Saviour, Westbury Leigh; and All Saints, Brokerswood. Each church has its own unique and rich character, created by years of service within its local neighbourhood. This diversity allows us to offer a choice when it comes to styles of worship.
We also hold Café Church at Westbury Junior School (2nd Sunday of the month) and Memorial Hall, Dilton Marsh (3rd Sunday of the month).
The Churches of the White Horse Ministry Team take their 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.
Our Team/Parish Safeguarding Policy can be downloaded here
If you have any safeguarding questions or concerns please contact Rev’d Rebecca Harris or Rev’d Caroline Husband
Find out more
St Mary’s Old Dilton
St Mary’s, Old Dilton is located within our boundaries and we occasionally hold services there, especially the very popular Advent Carol service. It is owned and cared for by The Churches Conservation Trust