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  • Events | Bulwell Church

    what's happening? Don't miss our coming events: Unfortunately due to the developments in England with the rapid increase in coronavirus cases, we have made the difficult decision in postponing our major events until later in the year. This is our response in combating the Covid-19 virus, we hope you can all understand. Please stay tuned for updates as we move through the early part of 2022. Father Andrew Fisher Our Weekly Events Men In Sheds Bulwell Hosted every Tuesday 10am till 3pm at Bulwell Community Garden. for more details please contact Steven Lack on 07989 163658 or click here Bulwell & Bestwood Food Bank We provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. For more details please click here Whiz Kids Friendly arts, crafts, stories, videos, songs and more! For children aged 5-12. If your child will need a drink, we ask that a drink in a drinks bottle is provided. Whiz Kids runs on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays at 10am. On the other Sundays we are invited to worship together at our Family Mass / WK Mass Midweek Mass Every Thursday Morning 9:30am a chance to come and prayer and be with God midweek. If you like it a little more quiet this will be a great service to come take part in. ​ Sunday Mass Every Sunday Morning 9:30am Bell Ringing, hear our wonderful bells ringing from miles away ​ 10:00am Sunday Mass, join us in church or online via Facebook for our amazing service ​ 11:00am Refreshments for all, chance to have a chat and catch up with the weeks happenings

  • Home | Bulwell Church

    Welcome to St Mary the virgin & all souls church The Hill Magazine St Marys Mirror Online Services ONE BIG FAMILY St Mary’s is the spiritual home for a loving community of people who share a faith in Jesus Christ. We try to be inclusive in everything we do, welcoming everyone regardless of race, gender or orientation. We are what some might call “High Church” and so our choir and servers are robed and our clergy wear vestments. Incense is used occasionally. However, we are not stuffy – we like to enjoy ourselves! We hope you will come along and give St Mary’s a try – perhaps even join us – we look forward to welcoming you. ​ We are also now a member of the Inclusive Church Group ​ Father Andrew Fisher LATEST UPDATES ON THE CHURCH AND THE CORONA-VIRUS All COVID Restrictions have now been lifted in Church. All persons entering the church no longer need to follow any governement guidelines in relation to COVID. We do respect everyones wishes and if you still wish to wear masks or socially distance yourself you are still more than welcome in our church. ​ We have moved back to full pre-COVID restrictions including, drinking from the common cup, full processions, and the common plate. Upcoming Events The links below are to help and guide you through what is happening in the community of St Marys the Virgin and All Souls Church. Please feel free to hit the links, share and please attend as many of these events as possible. Every Tuesday Men In Sheds > Every Wednesday Bulwell & Bestwood Food Bank > Every Thursday Mid Week Mass > Every sunday Sunday Said Mass > every sunday Whizz Kidz > EVERY Monday Assembly Video's > 29 May Annual Parochial Church Meeting 7 MAy Muddy Church > 7 july Coffee Morning other weekly events we host Brownies > Guides > Rangers St Marys School Assembly > > “Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the lord, and he will repay him for his deed.” Proverbs 19:17 Donate now BE inspired SUBSCRIBE Thanks for submitting!

  • | Bulwell Church

    SUPPORT OUR CHURCH Leave a one-time $10 donation First Name Last Name Email Address I’m donating in the name of: Choose an option arrow&v Organization\ Honoree name: Tell us how you heard of us: DONATE Thank you for helping us make a difference!

  • About Us | Bulwell Church

    About us ​OUR CHURCH HISTORY ​ The original church in Bulwell was medieval. It is believed to have been built in 1134 but there is no firm evidence for this. A church in Bulwell is mentioned in 1203 when it was given by the King to Rott de Pickering for life. The first service in English took place in 1549 during the reformation. In the 1760s, extensive rebuilding of the church took place. Two aisles were added in 1766 and a rectory was built in 1772. A wall was built around the churchyard and a gallery was added. In 1800, the tile roof was replaced with slate and a tower was raised. In the late 1840s it was decided to demolish the old church and build a new one. This work was started in 1850 and completed in 1851. The new building was consecrated by the Bishop of Lincoln. The church was designed by the Derby architect Henry Isaac Stevens and built at a cost £3000. The church included a chancel, nave, aisles, and an embattled west tower. Only two of the three bells of the old church survived. These were recast by Taylor of Loughborough and are part of a set of six bells that were installed in 1860. The octagonal pulpit was installed in 1891. It is made of Caen stone, with small pillars of Derbyshire marble. ​In 1899 a dedicated organ chamber was built at the east end of the south aisle. In 1900 a reredos made of alabaster was placed behind the altar. A new baptistery was built in 1956 and a new canopy was constructed for the font. In the 1960s a number of improvements were made including an electrical heater, new oak altar rails, a vestry door and chancel paving In 1964 a reredos was donated for the altar in St George's Chapel by Stanley and Olive Thomas. It is the work of Robert Thompson, the well known 'Mouseman' of Kilburn in North Yorkshire. Our Church Mission Statement Click Here Meet the Team Andrew Fisher Vicar Robert Stevens Honorary Associate Minister Anne Elphick Licensed Lay Minister Lee Duffield-Sim Licensed Lay Minister in Training Louise Fisher Deanery Synod Jackie Bramford Deanery Synod Eleanor Lang Church Warden Peter Stanley Treasurer Robert Naylor Tower Captain Jillian Naylor Magazine & Notice Editor Sue Wiley PCC Member Phill Hague Website Editor Kerry Palmer Christian Aid Ambassador & Whiz Kids Coordinator Jacqueline Habegger PCC Member Out of gallery

  • Donate | Bulwell Church

    How you can donate and help OUR Church Here at St Mary's Church Bulwell are constantly striving to make the Local and Regional areas a better place. The church is a not for profit organisation and therefore relies on volunteers, good natured persons and donations. Each year the church has to raise an ever increasing amount of money well into the thousands of pounds remit. As a result of this we are always looking into new ways to raise money to help us to continue to do the best we can for the local community of Bulwell and the wider areas of Nottingham. If you are reading this then you are the key to our success. Without your kind help and generosity we would not be able to continue in the capacity that we do. ways you can donate: In Person You can attend on any of our service days and give generously in any of our collection plates provided in church ONLINE You can click on the Donate Now box below to be directed to our online donation page. Donate Now BY EMAIL You can contact us via email where we will be more than happy to provide you with our bank details to set up a 1 off donation or set a standing order up for more regular donations. How CAN I Help? It's very simple Volunteering for our events: We always struggle to get enough volunteers for our events that we hold throughout the year. Whether it's setting up an event, manning stalls, "tin rattling", hosting a stall, hosting your own stall at one of our events (small donation fee applies) or just being there as a helping hand. WE NEED YOU. ​ Attending our church (When Covid-19 Ends): By attending our services you can help support all we do. And who knows you may find the missing link in your life your looking for. ​ Have your Wedding, Christening, Confirmation or a Funeral at our church: By hosting your special event with us you are helping the church in its mission. Donate: I know this is always a big ask and not everyone can financially help us but even if you can spare £1, it all counts. As said before we can only survive on your kind donations. We now have a dedicated PayPal donations page and a pay direct through our website page where we accept all denominations of money in pound Stirling. ​Rent our space: We have lots of space at our church. Perfect for little private or public events. Why not make use of that by hiring one of our rooms? From as little as a £60 donation you can hire 1 of our 2 rooms available in our church. Please contact us for more details. We will be promoting this a lot more in the months to come. Follow us on social media: We now have 3 main social media platforms with more to follow soon. Facebook, Twitter and we now have a You Tube Channel. Just click on any of our online links and these will take you straight through to the corresponding pages. The more you can promote us online the further we can spread the word. ​ ​ We have many more ways in which you can help and support our church. Just send us a message for more details or if you have any ideas or would like to volunteer please don't hesitate to contact us. ​ Once again on behalf of St Marys Church Bulwell. THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO, ARE DOING OR ARE VOLUNTEERING TO DO. xxxx ​

  • Gallery | Bulwell Church

    Gallery This is your Gallery Page. It's a great opportunity to share your visual story with your site visitors. Double click on the gallery to start editing your visual content and make sure to add titles and descriptions if relevant. Every website has a story, and your visitors want to hear yours. This space is a great opportunity to give a full background on who you are, what your team does and what your site has to offer. Double click on the text box to start editing your content and make sure to add all the relevant details you want site visitors to know. If you’re a business, talk about how you started and share your professional journey. Explain your core values, your commitment to customers and how you stand out from the crowd. Add a photo, gallery or video for even more engagement. Out of gallery

  • Visit Us | Bulwell Church

    Visit us Sunday services: Please join us in church and online via our Facebook page for our Sunday Said Mass Service. For Kids between 5-12 you can come along to our fabulous Sunday School called Whizz Kids were we do all sorts of fun activities based around church. Every Sunday Morning: 10:00-11:15 Contact us 0115 9755358 Address Highbury Road Bulwell Nottingham NG6 9AD

  • Life Events | Bulwell Church

    Life Events Here at St Mary the Virgin and All Souls Church, Bulwell are here to help you in every life event you have. We offer services for the following life events ​ Christenings Weddings Funerals Adult Baptisms Confirmations Vocations ​ Please feel free to browse our website and click on the links to learn more about the life events we offer. Christenings During the christening your child will be baptized. It's the first step of an amazing journey with God, parents, godparents, friends, family and the church. You don't have to have been christened yourself, and you don't have to have been a regular churchgoer. Learn More Here Enquire Here Weddings Marrying in church is personal, meaningful and spiritual just as you want it to be. Churches are special and unique places to get married in - the prayers, promises and the whole service of celebration become part of your marriage, on the day itself and beyond. Learn More Here Enquire Here Funerals If someone you know and love has died, a funeral led by a Church of England minister can be held in church, in a churchyard, by a graveside, or at a crematorium. The minister will be there to support you every step of the way. Learn More Here Enquire Here Adult Baptisms Whenever it happens, whether as a baby, child or adult, baptism is at the heart of an amazing journey of faith as a follower of Jesus Christ. You are never too old to take this step, and being baptized as an adult is a wonderful experience. Learn More Here Enquire Here Confirmations Congratulations on wanting to explore confirmation with the Church of England. Confirmation can be an important part of a lifetime journey of faith as a follower of Jesus Christ. Learn More Here Enquire Here Vocations Vocation means what you are called by God to be and do. For some, this is a specific calling to ministry. For others, it could mean serving God through faithful discipleship in everyday life. Everyone has a vocation. Find yours. Learn More Here Enquire Here