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We have a service at 9 am each Sunday. Our services follow the Church of England's liturgy fairly closely (either using Common Worship or the Book of Common Prayer). For the current schedule, see the calendar below.

Visitors and newcomers are very welcome. We are usually a small congregation in a decent-sized building so there is plenty of space, even with social distancing. We would love to see you.

If you are unable to join us in-person at St Mary's, please join our Zoom service with St. Nicholas Bathampton at 10:45 every Sunday. For more details, see here.

Recordings of previous sermons can be found on our YouTube channel here.

To receive our email updates, click here (this will take you to an external website hosted by MailChimp). To read our latest few emails, click here for the archive.

Services at St Mary's: January to April 2022

Services are at 9am unless otherwise stated

2nd: Morning Prayer (Common Worship, CW)   Epiphany, Matthew 2:1-12
9th: Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer, BCP) Theme Verse 2022, Psalm 145
16th: Morning Prayer (BCP) Love and loss, Ruth 1:1-18
23rd: Holy Communion (CW) Love, dedication and provision, Ruth 1:19-2:18
30th: Morning Prayer (BCP) Love, hope and strategy, Ruth 2:19-3:5

6th: Holy Communion (CW) Love is awakened, Ruth 3:6-18
13th: Morning Prayer (BCP) Happy ever after! Ruth 4:1-22
20th: Morning Prayer (CW) Who really loves Jesus? Matthew 26:1-16
27th: Holy Communion (BCP) The Lord's Supper, Matthew 26:17-30

6th: Holy Communion (CW) Willing spirit, weak body? Matthew 26:31-46
13th: Morning Prayer (BCP), Jesus on trial, Matthew 26:47-68
20th: Holy Communion (BCP) With friends like these, Matthew 26:69-27:10
27th: Morning Prayer (CW) The joy and sorrow of motherhood, John 19:25-27

3rd: Holy Communion (CW) Can Jesus save himself? Matthew 27:11-44
10th: Morning Prayer (BCP) What was the point of the Cross? Matthew 27:45-66
15th (Good Friday): 2 pm "Hour at the Cross" service
17th (Easter Sunday): Holy Communion (BCP) Why was the tomb empty? Matthew 27:57-66
24th: Morning Prayer (CW) What does Jesus want us to do? Matthew 28:16-20
Hello and welcome to our church. If you are thinking of visiting us, we have a page for you to find out more a bit about our services.
Click here to see more.

Planning your Visit

A Warm Hello 

The following information is specifically for those thinking of visiting us, so that you know, beforehand, what to expect on a Sunday morning.

Where and When

St Nicholas’ meets at the parish church by the canal bridge for our Sunday Service starting at 10:45am. Coffee is served after the service.

Plan your journey: 

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Parking: You can park (free) for up to 3 hours at the George pub next to the church. If you're not visiting the pub, it is courteous to use the right-hand side of the car park.

Accessibility: There is wheelchair access, and a sound loop for anyone who needs it. Please let one of the Welcome Team know on your arrival and they will help you to get set up. There is a disabled toilet available.

Getting Connected

To sign up to receive general information about church events, please join our mailing list (this will take you to an external website run by MailChimp). You can read previous newsletters here.

Home Groups

While Sundays are a great way to meet new people, it is often in smaller gatherings that you can really get to know someone. Being part of one of our small groups allows you to make new friends, share together and support each other. We have two groups that meet on Zoom on Tuesday or Wednesday. Check out Home Groups to find out more, or we can put you in touch with a home group leader who will be more than happy to invite you along to their group.

Get in touch with us to plan your visit
We will endeavour to reply to queries sent via this form within a week (our Administrator works on Mondays and Tuesdays).
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Comments / Questions or anything you would like to say?

We hope that whoever you are, you will feel at welcome at our church.

Best Wishes

Jonty Frith, Rector