Worship lies at the heart of the Christian life. It is in worship that we express our theology and define our identity. It is through encountering God within worship that we are formed, and transformed, as God’s people.
Even when we are apart from one another during this pandemic, we can still worship together each from our own homes. Watch services at our Facebook page, live-streaming worship weekdays at 9am & 9pm (and on YouTube and Twitter at 10am), and on Sundays at 9.30am:
Visit our ‘Share a Prayer‘ page you would like to light a virtual candle and offer a prayer.
To find out more about online worship, including video of last week’s service and links to service sheets, please head over to the Online Services page of our website.
During the time that our church buildings are closed, the information below is necessarily not current. All our worship at the moment is online. Please contact a member of the clergy team if you have any questions.
Our worship brings modern concerns to the long-standing traditions of Anglican liturgy. Great St Mary’s has four choirs, and choral music brings beauty and spiritual depth to our prayers. Throughout the year we explore different, creative ways to pray as a community.
Children are always welcome! On our Children’s Page, you can find out more about Parish Communion, Children’s Church, the Ark, communion, and confirmation classes and more.
Click here to discover our wide range of worship services and times.
Click here to see our weekly Sunday service sheet.
Click here to see our Lent Term Card.
The St Andrew’s Chapel in the north-west corner of the church is a space set aside for private prayer. You are welcome to sit or kneel here and enjoy quiet time with God. At the entrance you can light a candle and write a prayer if you wish. The Blessed Sacrament is reserved in the St. Andrew’s Chapel.
You are warmly invited to come and experience worship at Great St Mary’s. Find out more about our service times here.