STOCKPORT PARISH CHURCH ST MARY'S IN THE MARKETPLACE
STOCKPORT PARISH CHURCH
Welcome to the web-site for St Mary's
Sunday: Worship: 10.30am
29th August - Holy Communion
05th September - Morning Prayer
12th September - Holy Communion
19th September - Morning Prayer
26th September - Holy Communion (Harvest Festival)
Tuesday - Private Prayer 11.30am - 12.30pm
no lunch-time service at the moment/no cafe
Thursday: RESTORE A weekly space for quiet and reflection 12.00 noon
Saturday: 10.30am - 12.00 noon
with Stockport Heritage Trust / no cafe
During August: Landmarks of Stockport Summer Challenge
Friday 24th, Saturday 25th & Sunday 25th September ENCOUNTER - An Urban Retreat
FRIDAY 6.30PM - 8PM & SATURDAY 10.00AM-5.00PM
St Mary's open for:
Quiet Space in the Lady Chapel
Heritage Centre Open
Guided Prayer Walk in the Town Centre
QR Code Trail
Children's Treasure Hunt
12.00pm - RESTORE SERVICE
4.00pm - TAIZE SERVICE
10.30am: HOLY COMMUNION / HARVEST FESTIVAL
1.00pm: SONGS OF PRAISE WITH BRING YOUR OWN PICNIC
Visiting St Mary's - Lifting of Restrictions
Although restrictions have been lifted all visitors are encouraged to wear masks, use hand sanitizer and observe social distancing.
Landmarks of Stockport Summer Challenge.
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All participants can complete the walking trail in one go, or in sections. Find the models at:
- St Mary’s Church: inside.
- The Plaza: inside.
- Air Raid Shelter: main entrance
- The Town Hall: in the Windmill Café next door
- Staircase House: in the window (from approx July 19)
- Stockport Market: within the market
- Viaduct and The Hat Works: at One Stockport Hub in Mersey Square
- Edgeley Park – at Stockport County shop
- Robinson’s Brewery – in the Visitor Centre
Note that opening hours may vary. All are free to view.
What a great way to get children away from their screens and into the fresh air, exploring their town.
Even if you don't take part in the challenge why not come along and take a look at the model of St Mary's anyway - made by Pure Innovations
- please note if you look up at the clock and it tells you the wrong time - that major works are presently ongoing to repair/replace and upgrade the clock mechanism. We'll have it working again shortly.
Sunday Spiritual Communion: 10am - online
The parish of Stockport & Brinnington have adopted the national Church of England's robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at:
If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues of a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at www.chester.anglican.org/social-responsibility/safeguarding