AUTUMN AT ST MARY'S
SERVICES IN ST MARY'S CHURCH
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WEDNESDAY: 10am Said Eucharist.
SUNDAY: 8am Said Eucharist,
10am Parish Eucharist & 7pm Said Compline.
First Sunday Monthly only: 11:30am Family Service.
Please arrive in plenty of time to gain entry.
You should wear a face mask.
A one-way system is in operation with the entrance to Church via the Churchyard, to the left side of St Mary's and in the Rutherwyke Room kitchen (back) door where you will first be asked to wash your hands, then sign in (test & trace). Donations can be left here in the glass jar provided, then collect your service sheet with post-it note attached before entering the main church building via the Link passageway. Please stay 2m (6ft) or 3 chairs apart from other individuals or family group. Place your post-it note onto the top of the chair you sit on. In Church you will be able to light a candle and place a prayer request upon the prayer tree. The physical exchange of the peace, taking of the collection and common cup have been suspended.
Sanitiser is located in the Link & Church porch.
Father Damian Harrison-Miles, Vicar - September 2020.
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ABOUT ST MARY'S
St Mary's Church has stood at the heart of Thorpe Village for over 1000 years and the present Church building since medieval times.
St Mary’s is a friendly Church Family within the catholic-Anglican tradition of the Church of England with a range of worship to suit all age groups and opportunities for community engagement.
Families and children are very important to us at St Mary's Church and part of our growing mission to Thorpe, as is our on-going relationship with Thorpe Primary School. As we all seek to prevent the spread of COVID-19 we have a limit on numbers allowed inside the Church and we ask everyone to arrive early, to avoid disappointment. Find out more about our unique history here.