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St Mary’s restoration of sacramental worship
Communion will be given in one kind only. There will be no collection, but plates/boxes will be available to make a donation. There will be no singing, but there may be some music.
Worshippers are asked to wear masks, to sign into the churches, to observe the one-way system in place, to observe social distancing, and to follow directions given for their own safety.
The toilet facilities are now open, and should you wish to use them, please ensure that all services and door handles are wiped down.
Sunday 9.30am Said Mass and Sermon
Tuesday 10.00am Said Mass
Wednesday 12.30pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament with private prayer (one hour)
All Saturday Lunchtime Concerts will be suspended from Sunday 22 March 2020 until further notice
all concerts begin at 12 noon and last for approximately 35 minutes
March 21st: David Butler, organ
History of St Mary’s Church
The building stating today was designed by John Oldrid Scott; building started in 1874, and was completed in 1913 with the addition of the tower and spire.
The church houses some unique stained glass. The completely abstract west window – one of the first of its kind – was created by Alfred Wolmark in 1915.
HIRE the Church
This is the largest concert venue in Slough, one of the most flexible and is reasonably priced by the hour or day.
Suitable for concerts, conferences, meetings, presentations, social events.
flexible seating/display area
meeting room/green room
snack and tea/coffee
toilets with disabled access
baby changing facilities
flexible stage arrangement
ample nearby parking
good public transport links
For a quote or for more information, call Jean Smith on 0771 752 3744 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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