In the Bible, the word worship is usually
derived from the Hebrew word shachah which roughly
translates as “to bow down.” This is what we come to do when we
join together as St. Mary’s Church for our songs, Bible study
and prayers seek to reflect that fundamental part of the
Christian faith, the desire to bow down in humility before our
At St. Mary's we seek to be an
encouragement to people and to help equip believers to
communicate the truth and joy of this wonderful Gospel story
through the use of their artistic gifts. From the Classic
Traditional using our magnificent organ to the Contemporary and
Modern with the latest technological and innovative developments
in worship, there is a place for everyone at St. Mary’s Church,
a building which has excellent acoustic properties that provide
an ideal setting for the whole range of worship styles and
A new initiative provides a monthly opportunity to praise God in
song on the third Saturday of the month in St. Mary's Church.
The aim is to create a space that is less restricted than a
structured worship service in order to explore a freer, more
Holy Spirit led approach to sung worship. It is open to all, and
it is not essential to stay for the full two hours. Do come and
join us on the 21st October and 18th November.
We are always looking for additional singers and
musicians to help and lead worship for our Sunday Services.
Please contact our Worship Leader, Pru Caric via the Church Office for more information.