Rector: Rev'd Christopher Griffiths
Our regular services start at 9.30am and are followed by tea, coffee and biscuits and a chance to chat with members of the congregation. A warm welcome is extended to all - easy to follow service booklets are provided, and we have a box of toys and a children's bookcase at the back of the church in a small carpeted area for younger members of the congregation. Enquiries regarding weddings and baptisms are always welcome. St Mary's is one of four churches which form the Horringer Benefice: St Leonard's, Horringer, St Andrew's, Brockley, and St Petronilla's Whepstead.
Services in March:
Sunday 3rd March 9.30 am All-Age Service
Sunday 17th March 9.30 am Eucharist Service
Additional Benefice Services in March:
Ash Wednesday, 6th March, 10.00 am Benefice Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes, St Leonard's, Horringer
Mothering Sunday, 31st March, 10. 00 am Benefice Eucharist, St Andrew's, Brockley
The Rector and the pastoral team are always happy to undertake home visits and to bring communion to the sick and housebound. Please contact the Rector if you would like to arrange a visit for yourself, a relative, friend or neighbour.
Rev Christopher Griffiths can be contacted as follows:
The Rectory, Manor Lane, Horringer IP29 5PY
Tel (01284) 736839
Email: [email protected]
March events in Westley:
Walk and Talk - our next outing will be in April. We meet in the church car park at 1.30 pm for shared lifts and a gentle amble around West Stow Country Park, followed by a cup of tea in the Angles Café.
Coffee, Cake and Natter: Wednesday 27th March - join us in the Westley Club, Old Church Lane, from 2.00 pm onwards for a cup of tea or coffee and a slice of homemade cake. A warm welcome awaits, this is the opportunity to meet and chat in a very relaxed and informal environment. A box of toys is available for babies and toddlers, who are especially welcome (pushchair parking at the side of the Club, please ask for assistance if required). Pop in for a quick cuppa, or stay for longer! Hosted by Debbie and Marian.
St Mary's Church is kept locked when there is no service. If you wish to visit the church, you can be assured of a warm welcome at one of our services; alternatively please contact one of the Churchwardens who can arrange to unlock the church for you. Information sheets on services, a brief history of the church, and key features of the churchyard, are available from the leaflet dispenser on the church gate. Contact details are posted on the church noticeboard, or can be found under the 'Contact Us' tab on this site.
Weddings and Baptisms
Please contact the Rector if you wish to enquire about weddings or baptisms at St Mary's. The Churchwardens will always be very happy to show you round the church and advise on seating and flowers.
A small private car park is situated adjacent to the church for use by church-goers and visitors to the church and churchyard.
Debbie Mallinson (Churchwarden)
Marian Clayton (Churchwarden)