st-marys-picWelcome to the web site of St. Mary’s Church, the parish church of the village of Lymm in the county of Cheshire, England. We are a Church of England church, part of the diocese of Chester.

St. Mary`s is a worshipping community which seeks to nurture people in faith and serve the needs of the wider community through practical engagement. Generations of people have made St. Mary`s the base for their own spiritual journey. We welcome everyone who would like to do so today.

Mothers Union News

Now that 2017 is upon us we look forward to a new year for Mothers’ Union. Our theme this year is “Faith in Action” and, as we look at the achievements of the Mothers’ Union in communities throughout the world, we continue to identify opportunities both locally and nationally to support those
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Rector’s Letter: Restoring Reason

Dear friends, It is often said that Anglicanism can be compared to a three-legged stool, each of whose legs bears an equal importance in supporting that rich and diverse mix that makes up Anglican faith and practice. One leg is that of scripture – emphasising the centrality of the bible and Anglicanism’s
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Christmas Tree Festival 2016

This amazing Christmas Tree Festival brings the wider community together in an event which welcomes hundreds of visitors into our beautiful church.  It is a celebration of Christmas by the community for the community. This year the event will take place over the weekend 2nd – 4th December. The
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Christmas Service Times

  There will be the following special services this Christmas: Christingle Service at 10am on Sunday 4th December Candlelit Carol Service at 6.30pm on Sunday 18th December Crib Service at 4.30pm on Christmas Eve "Midnight" Holy Communion at 11.30pm on Christmas Eve Holy Communion
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Mother Union News

September and October are busy months for the Mothers Union with celebrations underway both nationally and within the Diocese to mark the Society’s 140th Anniversary since its founding in 1876.  Within our Branch we look forward to our September meeting to discuss our preparations for the St Mary’s
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