St Mary

              Services are in St Mary's Church or St Mary’s Room and on Sunday morning are also zoomed out to people's homes please check for each Sunday on the notices and calendar sections.

 Please note from 8th October regular services (except for the main festivals) will be in St Mary’s Room during the winter months 

                                                                       RE CORONA VIRUS

  Some meetings in St Mary’s Room will be on zoom with those present asked to follow the Covid rulings as requested in the main church 

The church is now open for private prayer and visitors between 10am and 4pm each day please read and follow the notices about the covid secure regulations at present.

Our pre-covid notice continues below

                     A friendly village church with close links to the school and nursery

To find out more do join us for fellowship over coffee in St Mary's Room after the 11 am Sunday Service or have a chat with people in the village

Please look at the one off events for variations to the usual pattern of services. It may show the regular service on the calendar as well.

open every day at least 10am  to 4pm

The following information is required to be on this front page. "Gosforth and Wasdale PCC has adopted the Carlisle Diocese Safeguarding Policy -see Our safeguarding Co-ordinators for both children and vulnerable adults are Mr Steven and Mrs Susan Round who can be contacted on 01946 841626 or e-mail [email protected].

The Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser is Jo van Lachterop 07458 016884. We work from the document "Promoting a Safer Church" -see the diocesan website. Further information is displayed in St Mary's Church. " 

Get in touch

Revd Philip Dorling

The Rectory,
Wasdale Road,
Cumbria. CA20 1AZ

CA20 1AZ
01946 725102
Mrs Norma Hughes churchwarden
01946 725366
What's on

Baby and toddler group

Every Tuesday at for 1 hour, 30 mins
St Mary
St Mary's Church Wasdale Road Gosforth Seascale, CA20 1AU, United Kingdom

Meets on Tuesdays in St Mary’s Room during term time. Babies and children up to age 5 are very welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or carer.

Only in school term time


For those who don’t use zoom and can’t attend church