St Mary's History

St Mary’s is a Grade I listed building dating from 1135AD.  Interesting historical features include its Norman font, ancient sundial, tomb of William of Wakebridge (14th century), a clay on canvas memorial, stone lectern, piscine and stoop, squint and triple sedelai and stained glass windows.

The church is open every day for people to look around or have a quiet prayer (there is a prayer corner in the side chapel). 

Please note that although the church does not have a car park, a small space for cars is available in front of the church.  The church has a toilet for the disabled, is wheelchair accessible & also has a hearing loop.

Open daily 10.00am- 4.00pm

Latest Documents

Newsletter 2nd August 2020
Our newsletter which is produced every week
20.08.02 C-Virus Edition.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [491.1 KB]
Souh Wingfield & Wessington Church and Community News
Summer 2020
Summer 2020.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [4.1 MB]
Praying while self Isolating
A guide for the Digital Church
Praying while Self-Isolating.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [212.3 KB]
Events and News - March 2020
Events and News is a temporary replacement for St Mary’s Magazine and is available in church
March 2020 Events and News.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [231.9 KB]

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