St Mary's Parish Church, Wigton

St Mary's Parish Church, Wigton

St Mary's is open every day for private prayer.

Services in St Mary's started again from Sunday 28th March 2021 at all the usual times. Updated details will always be found in the weekly news below.

Weekly News

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Sunday 2nd May 2021: Weekly news

Sunday 25th April 2021: Weekly news

Sunday 18th April 2021: Weekly news

Monthly Bulletin

May 2021

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March 2021

February 2021

January 2021

Vision

May 2021

April 2021

March 2021

February 2021


St Mary's is the Church of England Parish Church of Wigton in Cumbria. We offer a range of services in various styles and everyone is welcome. We have a fine robed choir, a committed group of bell ringers, an active Mothers' Union, and activities for children and young people of all ages. We have an electoral roll of 175 members.

St Mary's is a beautiful Georgian building of 1788 with a famous Harrison & Harrison organ, fine stained glass, beautiful interior galleries and a celebrated colour scheme. It is open every day and welcomes visitors.

For enquiries about baptisms, weddings, confirmations and any other matters, please contact the Vicar.

Interior, looking East

Service times

Sunday

8am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

9.30am Parish Eucharist and Children's groups (Common Worship).

Mattins (BCP) on fifth Sunday of the month

6.30pm Sung Evening Prayer (Book of Common Prayer)


Tuesday

9.45am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)


Wednesday

12.45pm Holy Communion (Common Worship)


Thursday

7.30am Holy Communion (Common Worship)


Contact details

Vicar: The Reverend Canon Geoffrey Ravalde

The Vicarage

Longthwaite Road

Wigton

Cumbria

CA7 9JR

016973 42337

07787 736516

gpravalde@yahoo.co.uk


If unavailable please contact:

The Reverend John Hine

01228 712704

email: john.v.hine@btinternet.com


or


Mr David Lomas (Churchwarden)

016973 43862

07732 016651

email: d.lomas46@btinternet.com


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View from the South East