Covid – 19
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Coronavirus Notice – Church Services
We are delighted to announce that we will be re-opening at St.Mary’s for public acts of worship commencing on:
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Please would you note the following regarding school admissions
due to Covid 19 the school’s adjudicator has authorised an amendment to St.Mary’s admissions policy for September 2021, to reflect church closure. Please find a copy on the attached link. St Mary’s Admissions Policy – September 2021
We are delighted to announce that St Mary’s church will be re-opening for public worship from Sunday, 19th July, 2020. There will be one service (Eucharist) each week at 10:30am. (For school admission purposes, please ensure this is communicated immediately after the service to the person who is taking the ’Track and Trace’ records). Please note that, for social distancing reasons, numbers are limited to 38 people. If you are interested in attending a service, please would you email Susie on the email address shown in the attached letter.
To keep you up-to-date on latest developments, we will be posting information and prayer and worship resources for you to use on our website – http://www.stmarysprestwich.org , and, from time to time, on our Twitter account – @stmaryprestwich .
If you wish to contact us, our details are available on the website.
God bless you all. In love and prayer
The Clergy and the Church Wardens
If you are able please view the video link to YouTube which may help you with your prayers and devotions and will be available on Sunday.
Please pray for all people at this time and we hope the pdf. Booklet will be helpful.
Passion Sunday Reflection, Prayer & Music
Signs of Life – Lenten Group 2020
Picture Quiz around St.Mary’s – You may have seen this in St.Mary’s – what is it called – Cricket Stand? Pricket Stand? or Ticket Stand? Answer : Pricket Stand. Usually made of iron and on which votive candles are burnt, accompanied by a prayer. The candle reminds us of Jesus, the light of life and helps to illuminate the world around us.
Where is this door? What lies behind it?
Answer: This is the glazed door and original entrance to the Lever Chapel. Today it leads to the cleaners’ cupboard. – Thank you to those who help to clean this ancient holy place. Hope to see you all back soon.
Where? What? Why?
Answer: the beautifully carved oak Chancel (or Rood) Screen located between the Nave and the Choir (or Quire) marks the entrance from the body of the church to the Chancel leading to the Sanctuary and the High Altar.
Stations of the Cross
Holy Monday Stations 1 and 2
Holy Tuesday Stations 3 and 4
Holy Wednesday Stations 5 and 6
Maundy Thursday Stations 7 and 8
Good Friday Stations 10 to 13
Holy Saturday Station 14
Maundy Thursday Message
Easter Day Eucharist
Pew sheet, readings and monthly news for Easter 2020