Inter Church Walk
This will take place on Sunday 11th August, leaving The Green at 2.30pm for a short walk to Bremhill (including a few stiles).  We will have a picnic tea and a short service at Bremhill church hall.  If you would prefer not to walk you can still join us for tea at Bremhill..  Every adult walker is asked to contribute some finger foods for the tea.

Motor Bike Meet 2019

The unusual sight of a motor bike in St Mary's Church during the Motor Bike Meet on 27th July

Church House Toilet
Many thanks to everyone who has donated funds to improve the downstairs toilet in Church House to make it more useable for those with limited mobility.

Minutes of APCM April 2019

Click here to read the minutes of the Annual Parochial Church Council

Welcoming our baptism families.
We need some extra people to welcome families as they come for baptism each month.  Baptisms are usually on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 3pm, usually lasting about 40 minutes.  Contact Bob Kenway or Enid Powell if you are interested.

St Mary's Under Fives Do you have or know anyone who has children under 5 who would like to meet up with other parents and carers.  SMUFs meets every Tuesday at Church House from 9.30-11.30am.  We would also like volunteers to join us as 'befrienders'.  For more information contact Teresa Michaux. ( )

Midweek Club for Young People
The Wednesday Club is for ages 7-11 and meets at Church House from 4pm-5.30pm.

Cuppa and Company - Everyone welcome at Church House from 2.30-4pm every Thursday.  Bring your knitting or crochet or just come to chat.

St Edmund of Abingdon

Wikipedia will give you a full account of St. Edmund and his place in history! Click here

Evening Services at Marden Court Residential Care Home
Please let Bob know, if you would like to come and share in the worship lead by Bob or Enid at these fortnightly Sunday evening services, starting at 5.30pm.  You will be welcome whether or not you have loved ones living there.

Below is a picture of 'Perry', the peregrine falcon which uses St Mary's tower as a perch to look out for lunch!  (photo Mark Briscoe)

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