Current services 

Under the current Covid restrictions, our services are as set out below in the table. We welcome you to join us if you haven’t been in St Mary’s or joined us on Zoom before. Please contact Canon Marion for more information. 


Current services 

What’s happening on Sundays? 

9.30am Sunday Worship, Holy Communion; in church and on Zoom

(Second to Fifth Sundays) 

First Sunday of the month  - 

9.30am  All Age Worship without the Eucharist; on Zoom

11.15am Holy Communion in church


What’s happening during the week?

Tuesday each week 

10.30am Holy Communion; in church 

2pm - Tuesday Teas; on Zoom


Monday – Friday each week

8.30am Monday to Friday - Morning Prayer is said; on Zoom

9.00pm Monday to Friday – Night Prayer  is said; on Zoom




However in this current Covid-9 situation, all Sunday and Mid-week Worship continues via Zoom (see home page). 

Tuesday Teas are thriving on Zoom too! Love, laughter and tales of life! We never know where the conversation will go...  Sadly the treat of home-made cake has to be limited to your own provision.




The information below is what we used to do, and one day we hope to return to this.  

We are also planning to continue Zooming our services long-term when restrictions are lifted. 



First Sunday of the month: 9.30am:  All Age Worship - an informal service for all ages, with a live band and children’s activities.  A good service to come to if you are not used to coming to church. It lasts between 45 and 60 minutes.
11.15am: Holy Communion according to the Book of Common Prayer. A formal  Communion service.

Second Sunday: 9.30am -  Parish Communion.  About an hour long.

Third & Fifth Sundays: 9.30am: -  Family Communion - a slightly shorter Communion service with children’s activities.

Fourth Sunday: 9.30am -  Parish Communion.


Weekday events:

Tuesdays 10.30am: Holy Communion ( no hymns, lasting about 30 minutes) 

2-4pm: Tuesday Teas - Church open for tea, coffee, homemade baking

Fridays 1.45 - 3.15pm: Smiley Faces Toddler Praise.  Toys, craft, songs, a Bible story, time to chat with tea and biscuits, and sometimes cake. For pre-school children from birth upwards with their parents, grandparents, carers, aunts, uncles...

Fairtrade tea, coffee, juice and biscuits are served after most services.