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Welcome to St Mary’s, Hatfield Broad Oak, a big church in a little village
Saturday 16th September 4-5.30pm: Saturday Church at Harvest with worship, craft, bread-making and tea
Sunday 17th September 10.30-11.30am Harvest Festival service follwed by Bring and Share Lunch
We are collecting food and money for Harlow Food Bank.
Long Life Milk; Long Life Fruit Juice; Sugar; Tinned Meats; Instant Mashed Potato; Tea Bags; Squash; Coffee; Sponge Puddings; Chocolate Bars
We are part of the Diocese of Chelmsford.
- Our Passion is Jesus - proclaiming and living our God's love for all people.
- Our Aspiration is to be a transforming presence open and welcoming to all and serving all.
- Our Resources are faithful people, prayer and worship.
(from "Transforming Presence": The Rt Revd Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Chelmsford)
The church is all that remains of a medieval priory, suppressed by King Henry VIII. This church has been a centre for Christian worship, mission and compassion for over 850years, and is still at the centre of village life today. We welcome children and adults to all our services. Check our calendar of events to find out what’s happening this Sunday. Come and join with us in hearing, experiencing and sharing the good news about God’s love for his world.
Who’s who at St Mary’s?
Vicar: The Revd Dr Naomi Wormell. Naomi combines work in the parish with lecturing in Cambridge. She is in HBO Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
Churchwardens: Mr Mike Coleman; Mrs Liz Webber
MAGNA CARTA and Hatfield Broad Oak (alias Regis)
We are hosting a display about the Magna Carta over the summer; the church is always open and the event is free.
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Wheelchair accessible toilets
Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
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Foodbank or foodbank collection point
The current editor is: Naomi Wormell
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