Watch with us on Sundays at 10.30am and Wednesdays at 11.30am, or just watch at a time that suits you. We also have a short weekly ‘Thought on Thursday’ from Rev Manda.
You can find our services on our website in the Service Recordings section or watch them on our YouTube Channel* St Mary’s Wythall Tech.
*Tip: if your TV has a YouTube option this is a good way to watch. Search ‘St Mary’s Wythall’ in the YouTube search box and then select St Mary’s Wythall Tech.
There will not be the usual invitation to gather for Remembrance Sunday this year. However you can watch online at 10.45am on Sunday 8th November, as Rev Manda leads a small Act of Remembrance with the Royal British Legion. Visit www.wythallchurch.net/remembrance to watch.
Sunday Kids Activities
Children’s activities are changing! Listen in to our online service to find your challenge for this week!
Services in church
During the second lockdown (November 2020) we are not able to offer any services in church. These will restart when government rules allow; the earliest this might be is December 6th. Our online services continue throughout.
Once we are able to open for services, seats in church will remain limited due to the need to keep 2 metres between households. Seats must be booked in advance please: either email firstname.lastname@example.org or text or ring 07756 432572. We will be in touch to confirm that you have a space, or if we are full we will offer you a space the next week.
Bible Reading 5x5x5
This year, a number of people from St Mary’s are following the Bible reading plan ‘5x5x5’. This enables you to read the whole New Testament in one year, reading a chapter a day (about 5 minutes), 5 days a week. If you’d like to join in with this you can start at any point. Click here to download the 5x5x5 plan.
At the moment many of our activities remains closed. BUT our life as a church continues in terms of prayer, teaching and caring for one another – contact us to find out more.
Local assistance during Covid-19 is being coordinated by Wythall Parish Council. Click here for their leaflet.
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