Lady St Mary, Wareham
Lady St Mary Church in Wareham is an ancient Minster Church with Saxon origins associated with a Priory, until abolished by Henry VIII. It was substantially modified in Victorian times. It is our largest worship space and is where the parish gathers for United Services. It has a new audio-visual system and screen.
Most Sundays, a Holy Communion Book of Common Prayer service is held at 8am and a Holy Communion Common Worship service at 9.30am. To find all service dates and times, please check the calendar.
If you would like more informaiton about Lady St Mary, our Guardians and Guides that look after our church when you visit, should be able to help with any questions that you may have.
An Annual Flower Festival is held on the second weekend in August and attracts over 4,000 visitors. The theme sets out to be thought provoking and depicts people whose strong belief has given them strength to help others. The theme for 2015 was 'Hope'.
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