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St Mary's Vicarage, London Road, SWANLEY, Kent, BR8 7AQ

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St Mary the Virgin Swanley serves the town of Swanley, building up the Kingdom of God through Word, Sacrament and service.  It is firmly anchored in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England and is a Forward in Faith parish, under the Episcopal care of the Bishop of Richborough.

Serving Swanley since 1901

 
 
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Our Churchyard Fence Campaign
We need to raise funds to replace our completely broken down churchyard fence.
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Daily Prayers

A useful rule of life can involve the saying of prayers each day when we wake and before we go to sleep. These prayers don't have to be long, in a set form or use big words.  Some people find a daily routine helps them and others do prefer having a set of prayers which they know other Christians throughout the world are using.  One such resource is called Universalis and on this site you'll find prayers for the whole day - along with the readings used at Mass - which are shared by Christians throughout the world.

Sunday 3rd November 2019

31st Sunday

in Ordinary Time

There is no Mass on Wednesday and the Saturday Mass is at 11am but all other services are as usual. 

 

Bingo will be from 1.50pm on Tuesday.

Coffee morning will be on Wednesday as usual, 9-11am.

 

On Sunday 10th November, we are collecting Tombola prizes for the Christmas Fair on Saturday 23rd November.

Sunday 10th November 2019

32nd Sunday

in Ordinary Time

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY

 

SUNDAY MASS BEGINS AT 9.30AM.

The early start time is so that we are finished in time for an Act of Remembrance at 11am at the War Memorial.

The 3pm Civic Remembrance Service will be conducted by the Right Reverend Simon Burton-Jones the Bishop of Tonbridge.  It follows a 2.30pm procession from Swanley Square to wreath-laying at the War Memorial.

There are no Masses on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, but the Friday and Saturday Masses are as usual.

Sunday 17th November 2019

33rd Sunday

in Ordinary Time

Sunday services follow their regular pattern: 10am Mass and 5pm Evening Prayer (which will take the form of the Rosary.) 

Bingo is on Tuesday at 1.50pm. 

Coffee morning will be as usual on Wednesday, 9-11am.  The Wednesday Mass includes healing and anointing.

There is no Saturday Mass as it's our

CHRISTMAS FAIR

on Saturday 23rd November from 10am to 2pm. 

Sunday 24th November 2019

CHRIST

THE KING

Masses on Sunday and during the week are at the usual times. 

Coffee Morning is on Wednesday as usual, 9-11am.

Sunday 1st December

First Sunday

in Advent

Masses on Sunday and weekdays are at their usual times.  

 

One of our Mission Partnership parishes - S George's Bickely - is hosting an Advent Carols service at 6pm to which all are welcome.  

Bingo is on Tuesday at 1.50pm.

Coffee morning is on Wednesday as usual,  9-11am.

Sunday 8th December

2nd Sunday

in Advent

Sunday services are as usual.  Weekday Mass times are as usual. 

Coffee Morning is on Wednesday, 9-11am. 

We are hosting the Dove's Funeral Directors' Christmas  Memorial Service at 4pm on Tuesday and the Welham Jones Funeral Directors' Christmas Memorial Service at 7pm on Wednesday. 

The Society

of St Wilfrid

and St Hilda

Affiliated Parish

Forward
in Faith

Registered Parish

Diocese
of Rochester

in the Province
of Canterbury

Safeguarding

Making sure the whole Church family is safe is an important part of what we do here.  Full details can be found here.

We are a family of faith

We live & work
and grow & pray
together

Our faith is centred on Jesus Christ
and his sacrifice for us.

We seek to live the love of God which is given to us in the Lord.

Thank you to our supporters

St Mary's gets no money from the government,
no money from local councils
and no money from the central church. 
Every penny we spend has to come from people and businesses
who dig deep to support our work - and we're grateful to them all.

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