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A wonderful atmosphere of faith, friendship and fund raising led to a very successful CHRISTMAS FAIR. Thanks to Elsie and all her team of helpers.
This service was well attended by all ages from our congregation and community. Poppy crosses (wriiten by the brownies with names from our two war memorials) and wreaths were laid including one laid by a military representative.
Our war memorial and garden of Remembrance are always open to the public for quiet reflections.
We will remember them.
Church Harvest Festival
4th October 2015
Thank you for all the food donations that will go to the food bank, the Corner stones charity and socail care.
Take time to be still - All Welcome
Tuesdays 7.30.pm in church
1st Dec , 8th Dec, 15th Dec
Sunday 6th December
and Toy Service
Please bring new unwrapped toys for distribution to children who wouldn't have any toys this Christmas. boys gifts, girls gifts, babies and tots to teens.
Sunday 13th December
Young People's Carol Service 5.30 p.m.
Sunday 20th December
Candles by Candlelight 6.30 p.m.
Thursday 24th December
6:00 PM CRIB SERVICE We will have aprocession to the crib outside. Wrap up warm and bring a lantern if you can.
11:30 PM MIDNIGHT EUCHARIST
Friday 25th December
9:00 AM EUCHARIST
10.15 PM FAMILY EUCHARIST
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St. Mary the Virgin, Davyhulme, is a thriving mainstream Anglican Church in the leafy suburbs of Manchester close to the Trafford Centre and is one of eleven churches comprising the Stretford Deanery and one of the five Anglican Churches in Urmston, Flixton and Davyhulme, the others being :- Christ Church-Davyhulme, St Clements-Urmston, St John's-Flixton and St Michael's-Flixton.
St Mary's c1920
St Mary's Now
Although we are an Anglican Church our doors are open to everyone, regardless of religious persuasion and all are most welcome to attend our various services.
There is something of interest for everyone, and St. Mary’s has many families within it’s congregation with children and parents participating together. On Monday afternoons we have Baby Massage and Stay and Play.
We are the closest church to Trafford General Hospital and patients and staff from the hospital regularly attend St. Mary’s.
We have a Partnership Agreement with the Evangelical-Lutheran Parish of Harmala, in Tampere, Finland.
St. Mary’s has good facilities for people with mobility and other additional needs with a disabled toilet, baby changing facilities and an induction loop system installed for those with hearing difficulties. Large print service sheets and hymn books are available upon request.
Services & Visitors
Our regular services on Sundays and Wednesdays offer both Common Worship (CW) and the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) liturgy.
The Church is normally open from Monday to Friday between 9.30 and 11.30 am for all visitors, regardless of faith, for private prayer, meditation, or just to look around.
Follow this link for details of how to find St Mary's Davyhulme.
Our Vicar is :-
Telephone: 0161 748 2210
We also have an Ordained Local Minister (OLM): Rev. Dr. Simon Wright