Church of England Diocese of Peterborough St. Mary Boongate

St Mary

Welcome to St Mary's Church.

We believe that the way to abundant life is to have a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Our aim is to worship God, to grow in faith and to live according to Christian principles.

We are part of the Church of England, also known as the Anglican Church. Our Sunday worship is liturgical, and we sing both traditional and contemporary songs. We expect God to meet with us and speak to us. There are also other opportunities to worship and pray.

Come and join us! 


SAFEGURADING

St Mary’s takes its safeguarding responsibilities very seriously and expects correct procedures to be followed at all times. We have adopted in full all the relevant policies issued by Peterborough Diocese. These apply to every area of activity of the Church and its members. We expect anyone involved with either children or vulnerable adults to be familiar with these documents.

Further information can be found on our website

St Mary's Church, Peterborough | Safeguarding (peterborough-stmarys.org.uk)

Get in touch

Revd Michael Moore

St Mary's Vicarage 214 Eastfield Road Peterborough PE1 4BD

Our website

All Age Communion - Booking Required

Every Sunday at 10 a.m. for 1hr
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New Road
Peterborough

Our Sunday services resumed on the 6th December 2020 at St Mary's Church. Please ensure you have booked your place by emailing Denise, St Mary's Office Administrator by Tuesday at [email protected] for the week leading up to Sunday. Unfortunately, if you have not booked a place, you will not be able to join the service at church, as this will allow us to allocate your seat during the week and to help keep you and everyone distanced apart and safe

Wearing of masks is now mandatory from the 8th August in accordance with Government policy.

Further details can be found on http://www.peterborough-stmarys.org.uk/services/ser/new-sunday-service-booking-procedure/

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