Our historic church sits on the edge of the town surrounded by fields. Dating from 15th century, it maintains a tranquil country parish church atmosphere and its bells ring out regularly over the town. You can read more about the history of the building HERE
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month at 11am. Everyone is welcome at these services, even if you are not familiar with the style of worship. Please stay for coffee/tea afterwards!
|3rd Sunday||BCP Holy Communion|
On the 1st Sunday 11am we have Matins. This is a service of prayer and praise to begin the day.
On the 3rd Sunday 11am we have Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer. Here we listen to God's word, we give thanks over bread and wine for all that Jesus has done and continues to do for us, and we remember the meal Jesus shared with his disciples on the night before he died.
We sing hymns accompanied by the organ.
There is a children's play area at the back of the church
- Car parking with care on the roadside
- Accessible toilet
- Hearing loop
- Kitchen corner
NEWS FROM ST MARY'S!
Thank you to Keith and Sharon for a memorable Service on Remembrance Day. Another excellent Sermon Keith and how kind of you to remember our late organist, Denis Tyler (photo below), and choosing the Hymns he played last year. Superb, popular Hymns and so appropriate for the day. St Mary’s looked magnificent thank you Sharon and also thanks to Jill Frankland for the Poppy arrangement/s. Another very special Service at St Mary’s THANK YOU. We would love to find out more about the many fallen remembered - photos, Christian Names, ages. Please contact the Church office or me if you can help.
Jill Blanchard. firstname.lastname@example.org