The Red Post Benefice

A very warm welcome to the website for the Red Post Benefice.

We are five Church of England parishes committed to working together in praying for and serving the villages of Almer, Bloxworth, Morden, Winterborne Kingston, Winterborne Zelston with Muston and Tomson.

We have regular services online as well in the parish churches.

Our Facebook has lots of resources and information.

Please do get in touch if you’d like to find out more.  We look forward to meeting you.

The Red Post Benefice Morden PCC is receiving donations towards ministry costs across the benefice.


Services Currently we are worshipping together daily on Zoom.  Do join us!  Find us on ...
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Daily Prayer

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Latest News

Latest News Red Post Junction is the Pew News for Almer, Bloxworth, Morden, W Kingston ...
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The Parishes of the Red Post Benefice 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 Parish Safeguarding Policy can be downloaded here 

If you have any Safeguarding questions or concerns you can contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Kate Brice on  01929 471035 email

Alternatively, you can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser,  on  07500 664800 or email

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For those of you who missed last Sunday’s Creative Praise All Age Worship on Zoom....let us introduce you to our wonderful Red Post vegetable people 🥕🥦🌶🍆 ... See MoreSee Less

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Many thanks to everyone who took part in the Dorset Historic Churches Ride and Stride fundraiser on Saturday. Walkers from Zelston and cyclists from Bloxworth were all planning to visit some of our local churches for this annual charity event. From St Nicholas at Winterborne Kingston, Peter got on his bike and visited all the RP churches then headed up towards Blandford. Neal, and his cycling companion Richard, started and finished at St Nick’s and visited 15 churches on their 118km trek over the Purbecks, into Swanage, over to Poole on the chain ferry, then back towards RP territory (cheered on by Justin at Morden church)..
Peter and Neal, between them have already received over £1000 of sponsorship and it’s still coming in!Please donate to this worthy cause to help all of our wonderful churches if you’ve not done so already. A huge thank you to everyone who supported this event in any way! 😊
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We hope that you have enjoyed following your daily prayers via Facebook since March. You will still be able to find and read them in the weekly 'Daily Prayer in the Red Post' booklets that are sent via email each week, although they will not always be posted on Facebook. Updates of our church and Zoom services and the Red Post Junction are also available on the weekly email. If you wish to receive this information and you are not currently on the circulation list, please contact Justin. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Rev'd Justin Pottinger

Vicar of The Red Post Benefice
The Vicarage
East Morden
BH20 7DW

Tel: 01929 459244


Red Post Benenfice - The Church of England in Almer and Charborough, Bloxworth, Morden, Winterborne Kingston & Winterbourne Zelston with Tomson and Anderson