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St Mary's is a very attractive church set in its own grounds,right in the heart of the village and has a number of interesting features including one of the earliest stained glass windows dedicated to the men and women of the RAF,the RFC and the RNFC.(circa 1919)
Village benefactor and physician Dr Richard Smith, who was physician to Lord Burleigh at the court of Elizabeth 1st and founder of the Christ's Hospital, Lincoln is also commemorated by stained glass windows as well as a memorial in the churchyard.
The church holds a Coffee Shop each Thursday morning from 10.00am to 12.00pm in the church vestry, and all are welcome to pop in for a cuppa and a chat.
St Mary's is a very welcoming church with an average weekly congregation of around 60, and our worship is supported by a 26 strong choir. We worship mainly from the book of Common Worship,and we hold special services for families every second Sunday in the month, that are led my members of the Ministry Team.
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Wheelchair accessible toilets
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Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
Alpha Courses and Marriage Course. There are a number of Cell Churches operatong throughout the benefice of which 3 are based at St Marys. Lent courses. We have begun a series of prayer workshops after Easter in which we hope to bring fresh ideas for church, group and individual prayer life.See the Weekly Bulletin for details.
|St Marys Coffee Shop is open every Thursday from 10.00am to 12.00 noon St Marys is open 7 days a week during the hours of daylight|
The current editor is: Peter Everett