St. Mary's Church, Elloughton

St Mary’s Church dedicated to St Mary, the Blessed Virgin, was built in the latter half of the 13th Century from ashlar and stone rubble. The church was damaged by fire in 1964 but restored and re-hallowed the following year. St Mary’s has an excellent pipe organ which is used regularly. 
All main Sunday services start at 11.00am with communion on the first and third Sunday, Parade Service [with Baptism when required] on the 2nd.  There is no 11am service on the 4th Sunday but there is a 6.00 pm service of Holy Communion with prayer for Healing [4pm in the winter months].

A short said service of Holy Communion is held at 8am on the 2nd and 4th Sundays

Seasonal services are well supported and include; Family Nativity, Candlelit Nine Lessons and Carols, Christingle Services, Midnight Communion, Holy Week services and an annual Memorial Service for the bereaved. 
 
St. Mary's is a very popular Church for baptisms and weddings. St Mary’s benefits from having a church hall in close proximity of the Church and this is used for many of our social gatherings as well as acting as a hired building for the wider community. 

For more information about St. Mary's please see our guide to St. Mary's.