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St Mary’s Church is grade 2* listed building known locally as the ‘disappearing church’
as it appears to vanish behind the hill as you drive up the A38. The Church has been
There is a united and loyal congregation. There is a service in the Church every Sunday (except on Benefice service Sundays). Many members take part in services and get involved in Benefice services and initiatives.
The church community are currently considering making improvements to the building, particularly the installation of a toilet. People have worshiped at St Mary’s since at least the 13th century and improved facilities within the Church will enable it to remain a focal point in the community, be an effective place for a wider range of gatherings and a welcoming centre of Christian witness for the years to come. Various fund raising events are organised to support this project, including our annual Festival of Light to coincide with Advent Sunday.
The congregation has instigated and coordinated innovative Benefice mission projects, particularly our 'harvest of tools', the benefice links with western Kenya and supporting the work of .
Jean Smith 01452 730265
Simon Trapnell 01452 731422
One of the church congregations in
our link communities in Kenya