We are delighted to announce that St Mary's reopened for visitors on Monday 11 April 2022. The opening hours are:
Monday 10:00 to 16:00
Tuesday 10:00 to 16:00
Wednesday 10:45 to 16:00
Thursday 10:00 to 16:00
Friday 10:00 to 16:00
Saturday 10:00 to 16:00
Sunday 12 Noon to 16:00
These times may be subject to variation due to lifetime events such as Baptisms, weddings and funerals. We are also closed to visitors on Good Friday.
See the Worship page for details of our services.
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Our campaign priority now and over the next few months is to seek urgent and substantial assistance
towards the vital repair and restoration of the tower.
A restoration plan is in place and we need to raise around £1.8 million to ensure this work is completed to the highest standard and makes the building safe for visitors to the town as well as local people. In practical terms the restoration work includes repointing, pointing, repairing and replacing the eroded stonework. It will make the tower secure and protect the original masonry as much as possible for the future. It is vital to preserve all the original stonework now before it is too late.
The works will take approximately one year including the setting up and taking down of scaffolding. Our immediate aim over the next three months is to seek funding for the tower so that works can begin as early as possible in the new year. An urgent appeal is underway to raise around £1.8m to safeguard the future of St Mary’s ahead of its 900th anniversary in 2023.
To find out more, please visit the Campaign 2023 website at www.stmaryscampaign2023.org.uk.
A Vaughan Williams Legacy
George Gillow and Samuel Jones, organ
Graham Ross, conductor
Programme celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Vaughan Williams alongside motets and anthems from England and America, including works by local composers William Denis Browne and Howard Skempton.
Andrew Kirk, organ (St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol)
in St Mary's Church
featuring a live band and caller.
Light buffet | Bar
Tickets available online in advance (only)
All proceeds will go to The Friends of St Mary's Choir,
supporting the Choirs of 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. Best wishes and God’s blessing.
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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