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Church of England Diocese of Southwark Farleigh

Farleigh, St Mary

St Mary's is a medieval jewel. Built by Robert De Watville around 1080, it is largely unaltered. For nearly half the Christian Era, Robert's little church has stood in Farleigh, and the people of Farleigh and beyond have come to it to worship our Lord. We welcome all those who visit our church today.

Services at St Mary's are held in traditional language, following the Book of Common prayer. Parish Communion is pn the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays of the month, and Mattins on the 1st and 3rd Sundays. In the summer,  Afternoon tea with home made cake is also available in the hall and churchyard , and the church is open during the teas, so that visitors can look at this Grade 1 listed ancient church.  Also in the summer, a service of Compline is held by candlelight each Sunday at 8 pm, with a short talk, by one of a wide variety of speakers, on the life of a person of faith or character from the Bible. Also in  Advent and Lent there are Compline services, the traditional service of Night prayer, usually at 4 pm, but please check the website for time

St Mary’s has a loop system for the hard of hearing. The detached hall includes a well equipped kitchen and toilets. Outside the church gate to the churchyard there is a large area for car parking


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Get in touch

Rev Michelle Edmonds, Team Rector

The Vicarage, 2 Chelsham Road Warlingham

Matins

Every First, Third Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for 1hr

Farleigh Court Road
Farleigh
Warlingham CR6 9PX

Traditional service of Morning Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer (BCP)

Book of Common Prayer Morning Worship/Prayer

Please bring a new toy, or a toy that has all its parts complete to the service on 9th December

9 Dec 2018, 6:30 p.m.