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Hello - my name is Timothy Robb and as Vicar, it’s my privilege to welcome you to St Mary’s.

We are a Church of all ages, for all ages and all backgrounds. Whether you’re looking for contemporary informal worship for the family, or value traditional Anglican worship, you will find it at St Mary’s.

We believe that Jesus Christ is good news for everyone, and our vision is that through knowing God, listening to his Word, and living in the power of his Spirit, we seek to make him known to all people.

We believe that the Bible is the source of authority for Christians and we seek to preach and teach the Scriptures as the basis of faith and Christian living.

We believe that God has given each person different gifts, and we seek to train, empower and release each member into the life of the church.

We believe that we are all called to serve our local community by sharing the love of Jesus through what we say and what we do.

So why not come along and get to know us - we would love to get to know you.

View from above

We used a drone camera to survey the brickwork of the church tower - while the drone was aloft it captured this great view of the church building in the heart of its community.

Sundays @ 6

Sundays @ 6 is St Mary’s Eaton Socon Evening Programme

This programme, offering two events each month, begins at 6pm, finishes around 7.15pm and is held in either the Church or Church Hall.

1st Sunday: LIFE Together – an opportunity to go deeper into God’s Word.
This is led by either Dr Julie Robb or Revd Ray Porter

3rd Sunday: A monthly Meditative Taizé Service

For further information, please contact the Church Office (352154).

Regular activities at St Mary's

Tuesday Toddler Group: Sunrise 2pm-3pm In Church Hall

Come to Sunrise where your children can enjoy playing with a wide range toys, interact with each other and parents/carers can meet with other parents/carers. Each session includes refreshments for all, and finishes with singing with instruments! Cost: donation. Contact Sylvia Stonham 352154.

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