From June 4th to September 3rd, as in previous years, St Mary’s will take the 9:30am Sunday service outdoors, (weather permitting).
We began worshipping outdoors out of necessity during lockdown, but so many people have enjoyed meeting in this way, and it is a great way to show our neighbours what we get up to on a Sunday morning. What better way to meet with our Creator.
Help is needed though, to set up equipment and furniture before the service starts – 15-30 minutes of your time is all we ask, both before and after the service. The more people come forward, the less often we all have to do it.
Please get in touch or speak to a churchwarden if you can help.
St Mary’s is marking the Coronation weekend as follows:
Sunday 7th May, 9.30am
A service for all with well known hymns, music from our choir and prayers for His Majesty, our nation and the world.
Sunday 7th May, 8.00am
A short quiet service following the Book of Common Prayer which will include prayers for the occasion.
We mark Remembrance Sunday as follows, honouring those who gave their lives for the freedom of others, and to pray for peace in our troubled world:
9.30am – Service of Remembrance at St Mary’s Church
10.50am – Act of Commemoration at the War Memorial on the Common
Meet at 10.40am at the Cricket Pavilion for a procession to the War Memorial on the Common, where the annual Act of Commemoration and laying of wreaths will begin at 10.50am.
After the service, refreshments will be offered by ChristChurch Redbourn – outside if weather permitting, or inside if wet.
3.00pm – Concert by Symphonia Academica
Further details on how to book tickets here