Ingleton

St Mary’s Church - A growing church where all are welcome 

Guidance for attending worship: 

  • Please follow hygiene and distancing advice. 
  • Face masks are recommended. More information here
  • Sanitise hands on entering and leaving. 
  • Seats have been marked. Please fill from the front to allow for physical distancing. 
  • Offerings should be placed on the plate at the appropriate point in the service. Cashless giving is available. 
  • Refreshments will not be served after the service. 
  • Please leave church from the back pews first. 
  • If you have symptoms of Covid-19 please stay at home. If you are clinically vulnerable or shielding please take extra care if attending worship.
  • A register of attendees will be taken to aid NHS Track and Trace scheme  including names, telephone numbers and postcodes. This information will be kept for 3 weeks. 

Guidance for Communion 

  • Communion will be received by congregation as bread only. 
  • The bread will be consecrated at the altar (remaining covered) and will be brought to you in the pews by the priest (wearing a face mask, and maintaining distance as much as possible). 
  • To receive communion please indicate that you wish to by placing your hands out in front of you. If you do not wish to receive communion please keep them lowered. 
  • Once the priest has moved on to another person then remove your face mask and receive the bread. 
  • Gluten free wafers are available. Please mention to churchwarden/welcomer. 

Church bulletins have moved to Online Services

Instructions for the Felt Flowers to decorate for harvest here

 

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St Mary's has been at the very heart of the Ingleton community for many centuries. We seek to be a place for anyone to come and find the ways the Christian faith is good for our lives. Everyone is welcome to join us for worship, and to find out more about what goes on among the congregation.  

Services: 

8am - Traditional Holy Communion

10:30am - Morning Service

Evening Services (see calendar for details)

Those joining us for worship comment on the friendly welcome. We celebrate God's love for us through great variety of worship, from the informal to formal services of Holy Communion.