Bishop Michael (click to view) was enthroned in Lichfield Cathedral at 11am on Saturday 25th September. He said:
a community that cares for one another. I do think our task is to take our faith out onto the streets. Of course we
belong in our churches but we also belong out there in the communities."
There is Book of Common Prayer Communion Service, with Sermon, every Sunday at 8.30am and Thursday at 10am
On the first Sunday of each month we have MESSY CHURCH from 4.00pm and ending with a meal finishing at 6.00pm. Messy Church meets in the Parish Rooms, Church Street TF9 1AF (next to the British Legion)
attend less frequently and OUR VISION is to welcome all, to nurture people in the Christian faith and to engage and serve our community.
We are a LEARNING CHURCH -about 100 people are in weekly or fortnightly Homegroups.
We are a SENDING CHURCH -in the last 8 years two members of our church have been ordained and
another has become a Reader and all three are now serving in other churches.
We are a SERVING CHURCH -with the other local churches we run a Foodbank, a Debt Centre and visit the Prison every week.
The Church is open and staffed every day. Come and pray or just look around between 11am and 1pm (10am to 2pm on Wednesdays, which is Market Day.)
There is also a bookshop with a range of Christian books which also sells Fair Trade goods.
The best attended Sunday Service is at 10.30am and we hope you will come and join us. There is always an 8.30am Book of Common Prayer Communion Service every Sunday.
We are very close to the Shropshire Union Canal and we welcome all boaters to our Services. You can't miss us, just look for the Tower!
We also have a lovely ring of 8 bells dating back to 1700. Practice Night is Wednesday at 7.30pm.
Whether you want to find out more about God's work in Market Drayton, are looking for a thriving Christian community in the area, planning a visit to the town, or re-discovering the joys of time spent here just click on the links to find out more…
Martin Tanner, Vicar
The Living Church of St Mary's