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We are an evangelical church located north-west of the town of Stone in Staffordshire and are part of the Diocese of Lichfield. St Mary’s is the parish church of Swynnerton & Cotes Heath (with St James’ Church) and is part of a group of parishes called a benefice led by our Rector Revd Dr Stephen McKenzie. Under Stephen’s leadership we are a church family that includes and welcomes people from every age and walk of life. We are united, however, in knowing and joyfully following Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. The Bible is central to our teaching. We welcome all those who wish to explore the meaning of personal Christian faith for themselves and who want to grow in deeper relationship and service of God.
Services and Events
At our services children and families are very welcome. Midweek, we run a wide range of groups and courses which offer the opportunity to explore Christian faith further and to celebrate the fun and joy of belonging to a Christian family.
A contemporary worship service using an accessible Common Worship liturgy and following a systematic sermon series of Bible readings. Every 1st & 2nd Sundays lasting about 50 mins at 9.15am Sometimes held at Yarnfield village hall.
A contemporary Eucharistic worship service using an accessible Common Worship liturgy and following a systematic sermon series of Bible readings. Every 4th Sunday at 9.15am. Sometimes held at Yarnfield village hall.
Particularly for individuals and families who have had no recent encounter with church services, this is an interactive and gentle informal worship service containing refreshments, provision for young and older children and modern songs on powerpoint led by a music group. Every first and third Sunday at 11:00am for 1 hour.
For full details of our Services, please visit our website stmaryswynnerton.org
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