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Holy Week and Easter at St. Mary's

Join us in Person, Live or Later via YouTube or Live via Zoom online or the Zoom Telephone Dial-In Service

Holy Week and Easter at St. Mary's

Dear friends,

As Holy Week and Easter draw near I would like to invite you to join any of our special services or to use our special resources.

With Step 1 of the lifting of Lockdown due on 29th March the safety of us all must remain everyone’s first priority. All events held in church will therefore continue to be fully accessible online. You will of course be equally welcome to attend in person, and on arrival the precautions required to maintain St Mary’s as a Covid-secure environment will be advised to you. To help maintain the sense of us all joining together in blended worship our practice of offering Spiritual Communion will continue.

For further details of all our Easter services along with other events and resources please click on the 'Read More' Button below.

The ongoing work of St Mary's depends on your financial support. To make a one-off or regular donation please click here: https://www.paypal.com/donate/...  

Or, to join our Planned Giving scheme please see our Giving page 

Thank you.

With every blessing for Holy Week and the new life of Eastertide,

Martin

Lent in a Bag with Paul (Week Six)

The 'Anytime' Weekly Lent Resource. An aid to reflection through your senses. Accessible whenever you have a spare moment.

Please click on the image below to access the video reflection for week six.

Loving. Living. Learning. All are Welcome to continue their Christian journey through these online resources and courses.

Those of you who attended Church on Sunday 21st March, in person, Live or Later on YouTube or via our Zoom Link, will have heard Revd Martin discuss the need to continue our Christian Growth through learning. Please click on the image below to link to a great number of online resources and courses offered by our diocese.

The Bells of St Mary's

The First Anniversary of the First Lockdown to be marked by tolling a bell at 12:01 on Tuesday 23rd March 2021

The Bells of St Mary's

COVID - The First Anniversary of the First Lockdown

The Church of England has partnered with Marie Curie to mark the first anniversary of the first lockdown in the UK with a national day of reflection on Tuesday, 23rd March 2021.

Churches and their communities will come together in prayer to reflect on our collective loss due to Covid-19, support those who have been bereaved, and hope for a brighter future.

Bellringers have been invited by the Church to mark the end of the one minute silent reflection at 12 noon by tolling a bell at 12:01. The Bells of St. Mary's Church will be taking part, so please take a moment to reflect and maybe offer a quick prayer for all those who have lost lost loved ones due to this horrible virus.

Church is open from 8:30 am until late afternoon every day for private prayer. See also our 'Events' for details of our weekly services.

If you would like to contribute to the invaulable work of Marie Curie or St. Mary's Church, please see the links below. Any donation would be greatly appreciated.

To Donate to Marie Curie: Donate to charity | Marie Curie

To Donate to St. Mary's Church: Donate (paypal.com)

More information about the Bells of St Mary's Church can be found by clicking here.

Lent in a Bag with Paul (Week Five)

The 'Anytime' Weekly Lent Resource. An aid to reflection through your senses. Accessible whenever you have a spare moment.

Please click on the image below to access the video reflection for week five.

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