St Mary and All Saints, Whitmore is a very attractive church just outside Newcastle under Lyme. It is on the A53 by the Mainwaring Arms, a traditional country pub, and the Whitmore Tearooms. Next to the church is Whitmore Hall, which on some occasions is open to the public
There is a weekly service at 11.00am each Sunday. The Holy Communion Services are about an hour long with hymns and around 20 - 30 people attending. The Family Services are about 45 minutes long with about 30 - 40 attending. They are much more informal and we hope that children and adults of all ages will feel at home in them.
First Sunday - Family Communion Service.
Second Sunday - Holy Communion Service
Third Sunday - Family Service
Fourth Sunday - Holy Communion Service
Fifth Sunday - Service may be at another church
We serve refreshments after each Sunday service, and there is a children's area at the back of church with soft toys, colouring etc. which is aways available to the children.
Each Tuesday at 9.30am there is a Communion Service 35 minutes long, and we get around 15 - 25 people. On the first and third Tuesday, we go to the Whitmore Tearooms across the road for refreshments after the service.
there is a parish website www.whitmoreallsaints.co.uk
There is a parish magazine, which is available in each church and the local shops.
There is also a weekly news-sheet with events and services in the churches and parishes. This can be emailed to you if you wish.
There is also a Facebook Page 'Whitmore All Saints' which has a variety of information and photos.
The church is very popular for weddings - do contact Nigel if you are considering having your wedding at the church.
For any further information please contact the Rector:
Revd Nigel Clemas 01782 680258, or 07801 100968 or by email: [email protected] .com
Our safe-guarding officer is Wendy Kinson, 01782 680613.