St. Mary the Virgin
Click the banner to find out about our Centenary celebrations
Click the plaque below to learn about our Church Bell
12th July 7 p.m. The plaque for the installation of the bell was unveiled and on Sunday 16th July at the 10.30.a.m. Eucharist we joined Debbie Blair and her family as the bell was dedicated, by Canon Chris, to their mum Iris Blair. Our thanks also for the generous help of John Renwick and Maurice Sutton in the building work that enabled the installation of the bell to happen.
14th July Di Voci Ladies Choir performed at St Mary's as part of Flixton Folk Festival. It was a wonderful musical evening and our thanks go to the choir and their friends.
Please could you help with donations of groceries except soup and beans.
Donations of tinned , dry foods and good quality men's and women's clothes most welcome.
Boxes at the back of church for both these collections
Morecambe Bay Sponsored walk Saturday 19th August
Liz, Charlie and a group of friends are doing this walk and sponsor forms are at the back of church.
Week beginning 13th August
Week beginning 13th August
Monday 9.30 a.m. Prayer during the day with Bible Study
Tuesday 9.30 a.m. Prayer during the day
Wednesday 10.00 a.m. Eucharist
Thursday 9.30 a.m. Prayer during the day
Saturday Sponsered Morecambe bay walk
9.00 a.m. Eucharist
10.30 a.m. Parish Eucharist and children's activities
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St. Mary the Virgin, Davyhulme, is a beautiful Grade 2 Listed building housing a thriving mainstream Anglican Church in the leafy suburbs of Manchester close to the Trafford Centre. St Mary's is one of eleven churches comprising the Stretford Deanery and one of the five Anglican Churches in Urmston, Flixton and Davyhulme, the others being :- Christ Church-Davyhulme, St Clements-Urmston, St John's-Flixton and St Michael's-Flixton.
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St Mary's c1920
St Mary's Now
Although we are an Anglican Church our doors are open to everyone, regardless of religious persuasion and all are most welcome to attend our various services.
There is something of interest for everyone, and St. Mary’s has many families within it’s congregation with children and parents participating together. On Monday afternoons we have Baby Massage and Stay and Play. We have a Mothers Union branch, Womens fellowship, links with scouts guides and rainbows. Please take a look at our calendar for current events.
We hold concerts, social breakfasts and other events in the Church under the banner of "Music at St Mary's" and we also have a modern Church Hall which is available for hire.
We are the closest church to Trafford General Hospital and patients and staff from the hospital regularly attend St. Mary’s.
We have a Partnership Agreement with the Evangelical-Lutheran Parish of Harmala, in Tampere, Finland.
St. Mary’s has good facilities for people with mobility and other additional needs with a disabled toilet, baby changing facilities and an induction loop system installed for those with hearing difficulties. Large print service sheets and hymn books are available upon request.
Services & Visitors
Our regular services on Sundays and Wednesdays offer both Common Worship (CW) and the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) liturgy.
The Church is normally open from Monday to Friday between 9.30 and 11.30 am for all visitors, regardless of faith, for private prayer, meditation, or just to look around.
Follow this link for details of how to find St Mary's Davyhulme.