We are open to visitors from 12pm to 5pm every Thursday to Sunday througout the summer.
We will no longer be open for private prayer on Wednesday afternoons.
Entrance is free; donations welcome.
We regret that we are unable to open the shop.
We hold a Worship or Eucharist service with congregation every Sunday at 10.30am,
in compliance with current government and Church of England guidance.
Now that we are in Step 4 of the government's roadmap we have returned the seating in the church to normal.
Face coverings are no longer compulsory, though the government expects and recommends that people wear face coverings
in crowded and enclosed settings to protect themselves and others.
There will be zones at the sides of the church for those who wish to remain distanced. Face coverings will be required in these zones.
There will be one congregational hymn in the service on Sunday 24th July, and decisions about further congregational singing will be made after this.
See the Worship page for this Sunday's service sheet.
Should you need to contact the church, please email email@example.com.
See the link below for our weekly Newsletter.
A campaign has been launched to raise £3 million to safeguard the future of St Mary’s ahead of its 900th anniversary in 2023.
Campaign 2023 aims to raise £2 million to fund urgent repairs to the landmark tower to avoid its closure, and a further £1 million to build an endowment fund to ensure the fabric, music and ministry of St Mary’s for the next millennium.
To find out more, please visit the Campaign 2023 website at www.stmaryscampaign2023.org.uk where online donations can also be made.
The first phase of our tower restoration project will be to construct protective scaffolding around the lower half of the tower. This will take approximately seven weeks from the middle of August (date TBC). During this period, there will be some disruption to the roads around the tower. For the latest information and FAQs, see here.
J.S. Bach: St John Passion
Conducted by Brian Kay
Jessica Cale, Emily Gray, William Wallace, Alex Ashworth, Jerome Knox
Fumi Otsuki, violin with Sarah Kershaw, piano
A concert of sacred and secular a cappella music from Byrd to the Beatles.
Formed of the choral and organ scholars of the world-renowned Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge, the Gentlemen of St John’s have enjoyed a busy schedule of concerts and recordings for over forty years. The Gents are noted for their versatility and range of repertoire, performing music spanning over 600 years.
All profits from the concert are kindly being donated to St Mary’s.
Here you will find all you need to know about our flourishing and lively community as we tentatively resume a more normal way of life. The site has various links to our presence on social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube) where you can keep in touch and share in our worship. You can also view or download our weekly newsletter, monthly prayer diary and Parish Magazine, which comes out every two months. We currently have a service at 10.30am each Sunday, and are open for visitors from 12pm until 5pm every Thursday to Sunday. Best wishes and God’s blessing during this difficult period.
The Revd Vaughan S Roberts
Vicar of St Mary's & Team Rector of Warwick
The Collegiate Parish Church of St Mary is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. The church, from its unmissable position in the centre of Warwick, welcomes our regular congregation, Sunday School, choirs, visitors and those who just need a place of peace in a busy world. At St Mary's we aim to ensure that everyone who visits the Church, for whatever reason, feels welcome, valued, and safe. Our Safeguarding Officer can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
Our safeguarding Policy can be found here
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