Church of England Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham Plumtree

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

The toilet is normally available when the church is open for a service.

The baby changing facilities are normally available when the church is open for a service.

The toilet is normally available when the church is open for a service.

Ramped entrance

This is available during services.

We have large print versions of our hymn book and most of our service books.

Assistance dogs are always welcome.


Our Building

Grade I listing
List Entry Number: 1249618
Date first listed: 01-Dec-1965


Music and Worship

The bells are rung every Sunday morning before the 10:30am service.
Normally, practice takes place on Monday night between 7:30pm and 9:00pm.
Visiting ringers are always welcome.

We hold concerts three or four times a year, raising funds for the church or for charity.

We have a recently-restored two-manual organ, built by Wordsworth & Maskell, Leeds, and installed in 1880

Our Sunday evening services follow the Book of Common Prayer: Evensong or Holy Communion.

When available, the choir accompany all Sunday services.


Groups, Courses and Activities


Help for Visitors

A detailed guide to the church containing colour photographs is available at the back of church, price £1.00. There is also a series of laminated Information Sheets which are displayed at the back of church. We encourage visitors to borrow these and use them to learn about St. Mary's rich history.

As well as for regular services, St Mary's is open for visitors and private prayer on Sundays (11:30 to 15:00).
If you would like to visit at any other time, please contact a Churchwarden to arrange access (see our website for contact details).


Other Features