St Mary’s Church Sunday Worship Schedule

Worship at St Mary’s Ealing encompasses a wide range of styles:

  • Morning Worship every Sunday at 10.30am, with children’s and youth groups
  • Evening Worship every Sunday at 6.00pm, alternating Holy Communion with Service of the Word
  • a traditional Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion service every first Sunday at 8.00am
  • alternative worship every second Saturday at 8.00pm

During the week, Morning Prayer starts the day at 8.45am on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Our prayer is that you will find services at St Mary’s both inspirational and restorative, bringing you closer to God.

The Christian Community at St Mary’s is made up of people of all ages and backgrounds. We are an Anglican church and part of the Diocese of London. Our worship remains rooted in the good news of God’s gracious mercy and love as revealed in Jesus Christ and experienced through his empowering presence, the Holy Spirit. At the heart of our worship is the reading of God’s word, the Bible, and the sacraments of Communion and Baptism. Our services are diverse and creative blends of traditional and more modern forms of music, songs and liturgy, which are projected on the screen for the 10.30am service. Organ and band music are often combined in our main 10.30am morning service, the piano and hymns at 6.00pm, and a quiet said service of Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer at 8.00am on the first Sunday of the month.

Once a month on a Saturday evening there is a creative service of alternative worship, ‘Grace’, which is shaped by the people in it at any time and, as such, changes and moves on in response to interplay between the ideas of the group, the Christian tradition, and the shifts in culture.

There is an occasional Taize or Celtic Service in the evening. We hope you will find a service which feeds you spiritually and draws you deeper into the love of God.

There are groups for young people on Sunday mornings and on the first Sunday of the month the whole church community, comprising all ages, worships together at the 10.30am Holy Communion service.

Access to worship has been helped by holding special services for people with learning difficulties and other disabilities, physical access has been provided for wheelchair users, and there is a hearing loop in operation in the church.

We look forward to welcoming you.