St Mary's is the meeting point for our growing and lively church family. The Bible describes the church as a family made up of all sorts of people, each with their own stories to tell and gifts to share. Some of us have belonged to the church for years, some have just started a journey of faith, others are visitors or are just passing through. Yet all are welcome - as together we gather to worship God through his Son Jesus Christ, grow together in our faith through God’s word and Spirit, and as we share God’s love in serving our community. As a family we meet on Sundays and throughout the week, for varied services including christenings, weddings and funerals, for social events, school assemblies, to support one another with practical and pastoral care, to pray for the needs of the world, to study God's word in the Bible, and to volunteer for many local charities and groups. You can find out all about the life of the church family by exploring this website.
However you’ve found us, and for whatever reason you’re here - we are pleased to welcome you and we pray you will feel at home!
Coronavirus Update - Summer 2021
St. Mary’s have restarted our Sunday worship with two services, one at 10am and one at 11am, both the same so you can choose which to attend. As Covid19 regulations have been relaxed nationwide, so we are now able to sing together again and share communion (bread only). The wearing of face coverings are optional and we provide hand sanitiser and have other measures to keep everyone safe. It is a delight to be together again as a church family, welcoming visitors, sharing fellowship and worshiping together. Our services are the usual mix of Bible readings, reflection, songs and prayers and there is provision for children. Our services at current are shorter at around 45 minutes. We welcome you back to church!
The church is also able to host wedding, baptism and funeral services as usual.
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God bless you.
Rev. Andrew Knight and Rev. Lucy Brewster