How can you show your response to God’s presence in your life and how can you demonstrate your stewardship of His creation?

How we are balancing the desires of some who do not feel safe yet to those who wish to return to “normal”.

Gradually opening up, St Mary’s will continue to ensure all will be able to share in the life of our three Churches.

New cycle of streamed and public services from 30th May with a list of future events.

News and planned events for May 2021

Learn when the renowned St Mary’s May Fayre will be now it is postponed and what the Parish hopes to provide instead for the date it was originally going to be held.

This year there will be no procession, but we will gather as a Parish together to mark the start of Holy Week. There will be a 10am Service at St Mary’s (as well as an 8am Eucharist) and we will bless palm crosses. Let us know if you hope to be there.

The signs of Spring and hope continue to appear around us and this seems to reflect the general sense of hope that has followed the announcement of the Government’s Road Map and the rollout of the vaccination programme (I am having mine this week).

As we continue to journey through Lent and the wilderness, we can begin to think about our journey back to sharing in public worship.

To address the physical well-being because of the transmission rates of the virus at present and the need to restrict contact and transmission from one household to another we will be ceasing public worship in the 3 Churches from Wednesday 6th January.

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