<span style="font-size: 1rem;">St Mary's, Headley is an attractive neo-Gothic church set high on the North Downs in Surrey. With views of London and across the Mole Gap to the neighbouring church at Ranmore, the church is visited by a steady stream of walkers and cyclists. It is open most days during daylight hours for private prayer and welcomes visitors.</span>
The church is part of the United Benefice of Headley and Box Hill with Walton on the Hill
Rector: Revd Harry Latham [email protected]
Assistant Curate: Revd Christopher Hancock [email protected]
It offers a variety of services from the Book of Common Prayer to informal family services with special ‘Messy’ Services held several times throughout the year.
There is a 1662 Prayer Book Communion at 8am every Sunday except for the 3rd Sunday of the month.
Parish Communion generally starts at 9.30am - full details can be found on our website.
<span style="font-size: 1rem;">For further details of our services and events, please visit our </span>website<span style="font-size: 1rem;">.</span>
The congregation comes from the small, local population of Headley village (just 675 souls) augmented by worshippers from surrounding towns and villages drawn by the hearty singing of traditional hymns and the warm welcome provided to regulars and newcomers alike.
To its Christian community St Mary's offers regular opportunities for fellowship with a home group (including a Lent group), a book club, annual golf day and regular fundraising events throughout the year. There is scope for creative talents through singing in the choir, flower arranging and writing for the Parish Magazine. Those with a Christian vocation are encouraged to pursue it; several congregation members have received Diocesan training, enabling them to preach, lead worship and engage in pastoral care.
We believe that nothing is better for a person than connecting with the love of God through Jesus his Son. If you have questions about the Christian Faith, or would like to find out more about Jesus and encounter something of his presence, please do come along and make yourself known to Harry or Christopher.