St Mary's Church, Marshalswick

St Mary's is an Open Church - Open to God, Open to You

13 September 2020   

Keeping our Patronal Festival 

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

 This is also the 14th Sunday after Trinity but we are celebrating it as our Patronal Festival.  Traditionally, 8 September is deemed to be Mary's birthday.  St Mary's was first consecrated as a centre of worship on 12 September 1943.

GOOD NEWS !   St Mary's re-started public worship on 2 August.  

 Click  Welcome or Services  for an explanation of what is happening.

There are two services (same) of Holy Communion at 9.00 am and 10.30 am.

Click here for the Service booklet

Video (unedited) of the 9.00 am Eucharist from St Mary's - available from 10.45 am

Today's celebrant and Preacher  - Fr Grant Holmes, our Vicar

Watch on viewer below or Watch on YouTube


APPEAL FOR HELP - St Mary's Church, along with many churches, charities, businesses and people, is struggling financially in this COVID-19 period. We still have nearly all our outgoings but have lost some of our sources of income; for example, we cannot hire out our hall or use it for our own fundraising events. We realise that this is a tough time for many, but if you could make a donation, it would be very much appreciated.   Just click here to go to our giving page. 

 St Albans Cathedral - from 11.15am

 Church of England

Solemn Eucharist for the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity

The Cathedral has restarted public worship but is still streaming some of their services. 

Come together to serve in God's name

Reflecting on the theme of forgiveness, the service includes contributions from Professor Nicola Slee, poet and theologian.

 Use video player below or Watch on YouTube

 Use video player below or Watch on YouTube



Link to Cathedral website

 There is also a link  to this and other services from the Church of England media webpage 

OTHER SERVICES 

For the full text of today's Morning, Evening and Night Prayer plus Prayer during the Day go to Daily Prayer  on the Church of England website (scroll down that page).

For links to other local churches and sources for services go to Other Ways to Worship