Online @ 9
Each Sunday we gather live via our Facebook page from 8:45am for the Online @9 The service is about 30 minutes in length. Click here to go to Facebook scroll down to find the livestream.
You can download the service sheet in word or pdf here so that you have everything you need to join in with the songs, prayers and readings.
We are online from around 8:45am each Sunday to say hello, chat and answer questions (just type in the comments and we will see them), and then we stay online after the service for a 'virtual' coffee till 9:45am
A video of each week's service is uploaded shortly afterwards if you want to catch up later.
10:30am Communion in Church
This is a Communion service lasts around 55 minutes and will have the same teaching as the Online @ 9 service. This service features a mix of music from either our choir or band. Junior Church runs most Sundays during term time and you can find out more here. Coffee and refreshments take place after the 10:30am service.
Our Family Service takes place on the first Sunday of each month Click here to find out more.
We continue to follow Government and Church of England guidance to create as safe a space as possible for us to worship in, but we need your help too.
Please play your part in keeping one another safe by practising the following when in church:
You can find out more in our FAQ's below
Please do not attend if you are unwell, have symptoms of Covid 19, or are self isolating for any reason.
Please handgel your hands as you enter church, and bring your own gel to use before communion.
We recommend wearing a facemask/covering when infection levels are high locally.
You may choose where to sit, please be mindful and leave space between your group and those around you.
Social distanced seating is available for anyone who may prefer this.
F.A.Q.s (Updated July 2022)
Do I need to wear a facemask?
Where can I sit?
We have retained an area of socially distanced seating for those who prefer this, otherwise you may sit where you like in our pews. We ask that you are mindful of others and leave a space between you and the next group or person along.
Facemasks are now optional, but we strongly recommend wearing a face covering when levels of infection are high locally.
I'm in a vulnerable group - should I come to a service?
We encourage everyone to keep following current government or medical guidance that applies to them.
Our mid-week service on Wednesdays typically has a smaller congregation so is a great place to worship if you are concerned about being in a larger group.
What should I do if I get Covid 19 and have been to a service recently?
Should you become ill and have attended a service at St Mary's please let us know ASAP. We have set procedures to follow in the event of a known case of Covid in our building, and letting us know means we can do our part in keeping others safe.
If you have any questions please do contact us.