Stottesdon: St Mary

St Mary's, Stottesdon, in the Stottesdon Group of Churches

St Mary's is a surprisingly big church for quite a small village, and reflects the history of Stottesdon as being the centre of the Mediaeval Stottesdon Hundred. St Mary's is distinguished by its beautiful Hereford School carved stone font, and its pre-Norman tympanum above the west door from the tower to the main church. But there are many other very lovely features, and the church is a currently undergoing a major restoration project, thanks to generous funding by the National Lottery.

Services in the Stottesdon Group of Churches for October:

Sunday 2nd October: 10:30 Morning Prayer at Stottesdon; 18:30 Harvest Thanksgiving at Farlow

Sunday 9th October: 09:00 Holy Communion at Cleeton St Mary; 10:30 Harvest Thanksgiving at Stottesdon; 18:30 Harvest thanksgiving at Silvington

Sunday 16th October: 10:30 Informal Worship at Stottesdon; 11:30 Holy Communion at Sidbury

Sunday 23rd October: 09:00 Holy Communion at Silvington; 10:30 Holy Communion at Stottesdon; 16:00 Harvest Thanksgiving at Cleeton St Mary; 18:30 Harvest Thanksgiving at Middleton Scriven

Sunday 30th October: 10:30 Group Service for All Saints at Sidbury

Wednesday 2nd November: 18:30 Commemoration of the Faithful Departed at Stottesdon

Sunday 6th November: 09:00 Holy Communion at Farlow; 10:30 Morning Prayer at Stottesdon  

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A weekly Recorded Service from the Church of England can be found by clicking on the 'Further Details' button below. This is a service which may come from anywhere, and which you can watch at a time and place convenient to you!

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The PCC of St Mary's is delighted to announce a substantial grant award by the Heritage Lottery fund for essential maintenance and improvement works to this Grade 1 listed church building.