Note about worship during the coronavirus pandemic:

During the period of lockdown, our public acts of worship were subject to various restrictions, some of them imposed and others adopted by us for everyone’s safety.  Since the Government announced the move to Phase 4 of the lockdown derestrictions (19th July 2021), we have returned to a full pattern of weekly worship in all parishes in the benefice.  


Sunday Worship:
At present, Sunday worship at St Mary’s is at 9.30am. From August 22nd 2021, we returned to congregational singing. Worship takes the form of Holy Communion using Common Worship, and on the second Sunday of the month is a Methodist Communion according to the Methodist Worship Book.

Midweek Communion:
This takes place at St Mary’s every Wednesday at 11.00am. Midweek Communion is according to the Prayerbook (BCP1662/CW Order 2).  

Morning Prayer:
Please join Fr Michael for Morning Prayer on Tues-Fri at 9.00am. 


1st Sunday:           9.30am           Holy Communion (Common Worship)
Wednesday:             11.00am             Holy Communion (BCP1662)

2nd Sunday:         9.30am           Methodist Communion (Methodist Worship Book)
Wednesday:             11.00am             Holy Communion (BCP1662)

3rd Sunday:          10.30am         Messy Church – more information
Wednesday:             11.00am             Holy Communion (BCP1662)

4th Sunday:           9.30am           Holy Communion (Common Worship)
Wednesday:              11.00am             Holy Communion (BCP1662)

5th Sunday:           9.30am           Holy Communion (Common Worship)
Wednesday:              11.00am             Holy Communion (BCP1662)


9.30am Family Communion


For those of you who are online, the church has a YouTube Channel to broadcast services on behalf of the benefice.  Those of you with Sky, Amazon Prime, or a Smart TV and an internet connection ought to be able to watch these on your televisions. The address is: https://www.youtube.com/c/stmaryschalgrovewithsthelensberricksalome

We aim to stream or record several services each month.


Enquiries about marriage, baptism, funerals and burial matters should be made to the Vicar