St. Mary’s Church is located in the centre of the beautiful Gloucestershire market town of Newent, near to the picturesque Newent Lake.

With a site which is Anglo-Saxon and a building dating back to the 13th century, St. Mary’s Church has a wealth of history. It features the largest unsupported wooden ceiling in the country, a fine church organ built by a local novice in 1737 and a 1200 year old Celtic stone cross amongst many other items of interest.

However, the church also thrives today as an upbeat Ecumenical place of worship, with a strong congregation and modern, relevant teaching for all ages.

Whether you’re a worshiper or a historian, we’d love to meet you.


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