St Mary's

A Nurturing presence at the heart of the town

The Church of St. Mary dates from Norman times, is dedicated to the Virgin Mother of Jesus and is situated near Yate town centre, where its tower forms a prominent landmark. Lying at what was once the entrance to the old Royal Forest lands of Kings Wood. (now Kingswood), it is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. A Saxon church might have been here but many were replaced by Norman buildings after the conquest in 1066

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SUNDAY SERVICES

Choice from Contemporary to Traditional

We are all unique so we encounter God in different ways. We have four Church buildings each with different styles of worship in different settings. 

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Jackie Chats about the work of the Mothers Union on our Podcast

March 3, 2020

An update on Val Macfarlane, Iain's wife.

March 2, 2020

Since news broke of confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in the UK, I have been liaising with the Archdeacon on the action we should be taking to minimi...

Taking Communion and the Coronavirus

March 2, 2020

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