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St. Mary The Virgin

The Parish Church Of

High Street, Boston Spa

Wetherby, West Yorkshire

An Anglican Church in the Diocese of York

St. Mary’s Church, Boston Spa

The Parish Church of St. Mary The Virgin, Boston Spa Mary’s home page

 

* “Week at St. Mary’s” updated

* Group News & Events update

* “Meet Our People” revised

* Diocesan News Oct 2014

* Clergy Letter  September 14

* St Mary’s Mag Sept 2014

* Diocesan News Oct 2014

* St Mary’s Mag Aug 2014

 

 

The Parish Church Of St Mary The Virgin, Boston Spa
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Welcome to the website of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Boston Spa. Boston Spa is a large Georgian village on the river Wharfe, close to the A1M immediately south of Wetherby, and just within the metropolitan area of Leeds. St Mary’s and its sister Churches All Saints’ Bramham and St. Peter’s Walton form the Parish of Lower Wharfe, which with the parish of All Saints’ Thorp Arch comprises the Benefice of Bramham, in the Diocese of York. St. Mary's is the largest church in the benefice and is especially known for the warmth of its welcome.

 

Through varied Sunday and weekday worship, large range of ministries, community activities and links we seeks to provide a firm spiritual foundation in the Christian faith, and to be a place where Jesus' love is shared and His gospel is proclaimed.

 

We have our own church school and there are a number of organizations within the church for our younger members.

 

How  to find us

St. Mary’s Church is situated on Boston Spa High Street (A659) at the western end of the shopping centre, and one mile east of Jct 45 of the A1(M).

 

Contact us

Administration Office

Benefices of Bramham and Clifford

High Street, Boston Spa, Wetherby

West Yorkshire LS23 6DR

 

Office hours: Monday-Friday, 11.00am - 1.00pm

 

Telephone:  01937 844402

E-mail: (all enquiries): Click for link

 

Vicar: The Revd. Peter E Bristow

Telephone:  01937 842454

E-mail  Click for link

 

Contact the Webmaster  E-mail: Click for link

Contact the Magazine Editor E-mail: Click for link

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Disunity and Healing

Fr. Andy on the aftermath of the Scottish referendum (more)

 

Conflict

Fr Stanley considers a world full of conflict and offers a solution (more)

 

The Challenge of Prayer:

The Renewal of Politics.

Fr. Peter’s clergy letter (More)

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Updates and Additions

 

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Sunday 28th Sept 2014: [15th after Trinity]

 

8.00am   Benefice Holy Communion at All Saints’ Bramham.

10.30am HarvestFest Celebration with “Happy Chappies” Jazz Band.

12.00 - 4.00pm HarvestFest.

6.00pm   Night Prayer.

 

Monday 29th: [Michael]

9.15am   Morning Prayer.

2.30pm   Funeral Service (Peter Alfred Moxey)

6.00pm   Boston Spa Beavers at St Mary’s.

7.30pm   No LW PCC Standing Committee.

 

Tuesday 30th: [Jerome]

9.15am   Morning Prayer.

7.30pm   Pilgrim Course at St Mary’s.

 

Wednesday 1st October: [Remigius]

9.15am   Morning Prayer.

10.00am Benefice Holy Communion, St Mary’s.

10.30am Coffee Morning.

6.30pm   Wedding rehearsal (Chippendale-Poustie)

 

Thursday 2nd:

9.15am   Morning Prayer.

1.30pm   St Mary’s Ark.

6.45pm   Choir Practice.

 

Friday 3rd: [George Bell]

9.15am   Morning Prayer.

12 noon  Holy Matrimony (Chippendale-Poustie)

5.00pm   Discoverers at St Mary’s.

7.00pm   X-Odus at St Mary’s.

 

Saturday 4th: [Francis of Assisi]

10.00am Benefice Holy Communion, St Mary’s

10.30am Coffee Morning.

 

Sunday 5th Oct 2014: [16th after Trinity]

8.00am   Benefice Holy Communion, St Mary’s

10.00am  All Age Worship.

4.00pm   Young Peoples’ Confirmation Group.

6.00pm   Night Prayer.

 

 

St. Mary’s this week

Clergy Letters

Friday 26th

 

VIP Preview Evening invitees only

Preview of flower displays, music, wine and canapes.

 

Saturday 27th

 

Festival 0pen from 10am-4pm

Flower displays, flower arranging demonstration, stalls, festival café, children’s activities, musical Performances

 

Sunday 28th

 

10.30am Community Celebration Service

Festival open from 12noon – 4pm

Flower displays, music, festival café open for hot lunches and afternoon tea

 

Entry on the door – 50p adults, children free

All proceeds to St Mary’s Church AV Project

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