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St Mary's is a medieval jewel. It dates from 1080, was added to in the 12th and 13th centuries, and has been largely untouched since then.
Services are held every Sunday at 9.30 am, with Mattins on the first and third Sundays of the month, and Holy Communion on the other Sundays.
All these services are in traditional language, based on the book of Common Prayer.
In summer, St Mary's is famous for its excellent teas, and the lovely night service of Compline.
Compline starts in May, and the Teas in June, and both continue until September. Teas are served in the church hall between 2.30 and 5, and the Compline services start at 8 pm, and are held by candlelight.
THY KINGDOM COME CHALLENGE
The Archbishop of Canterbury is calling for Christians to join a wave of prayer across the UK and around the world between Ascension and Pentecost. The focus for this season of prayer is for new confidence and encouragement in evangelism and witness, for friends, family and neighbours to come to know Jesus Christ. Let’s join it! Come and Pray.
At Farleigh we are having a Special Prayer Bonfire with baked potatoes on 3rd June at 3 pm, for other events please see details in the news section to the right of the website front page
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