Sunday at 9:15am
What can I expect?
People from all ages and backgrounds worshipping God together. You can expect a warm welcome, a mix of contemporary Christian songs with some traditional hymns and engaging Bible teaching as we focus on being disciples of Jesus.
How long is the service?
About one and a quarter hours.
What about children?
We are blessed with lots of children at St Mary’s. There are groups for children and young people from 0-14 years. On a regular Sunday we stay together for the first 15 minutes of the service before the children leave for their groups. Occasionally we stay together for the whole service.
Is there Communion?
We share communion on the 4th Sunday of the month.
What happens afterwards?
Refreshments and a chance to get to know each other better in the hall and to encourage one another.
You can find the sheet for the next service below; it's usually available by Friday each week, for the coming Sunday. The previous Sunday's sheet will be available until replaced by the new sheet.
Special events for our congregation
- 9:15am Men's Time Away - 14th-15th May: All men from the 9:15am congregation are warmly invited to join us for 24 hours away from the evening of Thursday 14th to the evening of Friday 15th May at St Katharine's Parmoor. This will be a relaxed time with good food, fun and Bible studies to build friendships with other men at church and encourage each other in our walk with the Lord. We are staying in a country house near Frieth, with individual rooms and catering provided. The cost should be around £75 per head. For more info, contact , or to book click the button: Book now
- Men's Beef, Beer & Bible - Sat 6th June: A night for men from all congregations to socialise, study the bible together and support one another. More details to follow.
- 9:15am Men's Evening Walk - Wed 1st July: More details from .
- 9:15am Congregation Breakfast - Sun 19th July: Breakfast for the 9:15am Congregation from 8am-9am in the church hall, for a suggested donation of £2. Please do join us for some unhurried fellowship time before the service.