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A LIVING CHURCH 


FINDING NEW PURPOSE

AT THE HEART OF THE COMMUNITY

800 YEARS OF HISTORY
AND WORSHIP ON THE WELSH BORDER

St Mary's is a member of the Wye Brooks Group Benefice in the Deanery of Ross and Archenfield, Diocese of Hereford.

CHURCH NOW OPEN

 

St Mary's is currently open

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

for private prayer.
Hand sanitiser and wipes provided.

For details of services taking place in the Wye Brooks Benefice, please click here.

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Wye Brooks Group Benefice

Weekly

UPDATE

LITE BITE

From the Vicar.

A WELCOME FOR ALL

St Mary's was built in the 13th century. We are the lucky inheritors of a sacred place in which ordinary people have come together for nearly 800 years. We want St Mary's to continue to be a place of peace, comfort and significance for centuries to come.
We are a small but open and friendly community and welcome everyone to come and worship here or simply to enjoy the church in silence and solitude.

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ABOUT OUR CHURCH

St Mary the Virgin is a 13th century church that was presided over by the Knights Templar. It is also the resting place of St John Kemble, whose grave, a place of pilgrimage, lies at the foot of the preaching cross.

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A PLACE FOR FREE AND OPEN DISCUSSION

St Mary's is a place for traditional and modern Christian worship but also a place for discourse and debate.  We aim to be a place where spiritual issues are tested  and discussed with open minds.

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SERVICES

There are currently no regular services.

There are some Zoom services for the Benefice - see Vicars updates for details.

 

To attend contact Ruthdavis49@btinternet.com

HELP US TO SPREAD OUR
LOVE AND FAITH

You can help St Mary's maintain and grow its ministry