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Welcome

Welcome

At St Mary’s we seek to worship God as a committed fellowship of Christian believers. We aim to reach out with God’s love to the wider community in Highley in order to show the Kingdom of God in action, to proclaim the good news of Jesus and make new disciples.

We try to nurture all believers into a fuller and deeper relationship with God and to be a force for God’s good in the wider community.

Everybody is welcome to join us and to enjoy the times we spend together.

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24/7 Prayer Week

As part of the 24/7 prayer week, Highley and Bridgnorth have been given the following day,
Saturday 30th till Sunday 31st of May. Nearer the time I will put a link for the 24/7 website where you can book a slot to pray.


Canev Clayton will be running a Holy Spirit slot on Saturday 30th May at 9pm, which folks can join on Zoom by emailing her at:
canevclayton(at)yahoo.co.uk and she will send out further details.

If you would like to sign up for the continuing 24/7 prayer, then please book a slot by clicking the button below.

Life during Coronavirus

It is obvious that during the Coronavirus Pandemic, life will change.  St Mary’s will be providing a Virtual Sunday Service each week.  Access this by clicking the link below. 

We will also provide other resources below and on the Virtual Sunday Service page.

Virtual Sunday School

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Church Family

Church Family

Our church family spans all ages, from young babies to our older members who bless us with their wide life experiences.

All families benefit from a range of generations, and we are no different. Our young people bring the life and excitement to our gatherings, whilst the more mature bring a wealth of practical experience.

No-one is excluded and all are welcomed with warmth and openness.

Life Events

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Our lives are marked by many events and moments, and within the life of a Christian, some of these moments have particular meaning. The Holy Sacraments of Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation, and Marriage are signposts along life’s trajectory. At the close of life, a Funeral is used to mark the end of a person’s life here on earth. Family and friends come together to express grief, give thanks for the life lived and commend the person into God’s keeping.