Sunday 5th July 2020 - The Fourth Sunday after Trinity
We are pleased to announce that the four churches are now open for private prayer, and from Sunday 5th July services are to recommence. They will be at 8.00 a.m. at St Mary's and All Saints', at 10.00 a.m. in St Mark's and St Nicholas' (alternating week-about, starting on 5th July in Studland) and at 11.00 a.m. in St Mary's. On-line services continue also, please see below for the team service, and for those at All Saints' and St Nicholas', scroll down and access the weekly notices.
Please find the service for 5th July, The Fourth Sunday after Trinity, here:
The team rector is providing a daily thought. That for 5th July is here:
Solveig gives a service for Sunday 5th July that two people can use on the phone to each other:
We have Junior Church on line too! On Sunday 5th July, the children learn more about Moses:
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The following link has contact details of people (including for concerns regarding SAFEGUARDING FOR CHILDREN & VULNERABLE ADULTS) from all four Anglican churches in Swanage and Studland.
The Church of St Mary the Virgin is the ancient parish church of Swanage. Built of Purbeck stone for which the town and district are famous...
All Saints is a lively evangelical church with a vision to 'See the Kingdom of God come in power through the transformation of our community'...
St. Mark’s Church is situated in Herston which forms the western part of Swanage.
The Parish Church of Studland. Please take time to be still, pray, and get to know our church and its surroundings...