Each tour lasts approximately 40 minutes and will be taken by one of our very knowledgeable guides
FRIDAY STARTING AT 1.15pm
1st March Oliver Hancock organ (St Mary’s Warwick)
15th March Anna Turner oboe (King’s High School)
5th April Mark Swinton organ (St Mary’s Warwick)
19th April Good Friday; no recital
17th May Ashley Wagner organ (Birmingham Cathedral)
24th May William Peart organ ( Birmingham Conservatoire)
31st May Marcus Sterk organ ( Munich, Germany)
A la Vida Bona – Music in the Age of Discovery
Ruth Hopkins soprano, violin and recorder
Sarah Langdon alto and recorders
Michelle Holloway alto and recorders
Ben Mitchell tenor, guitar and charango
Andrew Hopper bass and viola da gamba
Tymoteusz Jóźwiak bass and percussion
K’antu Ensemble explores the vibrant music of Spain and the New World.
Oliver Hancock organ (St Mary's, Warwick)
Friday 8th & Saturday 9th March 2019 10am - 4pm
Come along and see us if you would like to obtain, in return for a donation, some of the handmade poppies which were exhibited at the Warwick Poppies 2018 exhibition. Tea & coffee will be available.
Welcome to the exciting website for St Mary's Church.
Here you will find all about our flourishing and lively community. The site includes: how to come to see this historic building if you are a visitor to Warwick; how to worship with us if you are new to the area or to faith; how to support or become involved in our ministry; and how to support or become involved in our music.
St Mary's is an open and welcoming church. It would be lovely to see you in person.
The Revd Vaughan S Roberts
Vicar of St Mary's & Team Rector of Warwick