Give your brain a spring clean, and join us for a convivial evening of quiz and supper. Start getting your team (maximum 8 people) together, and watch for more details.
As the Church Room filled with locally foraged foliage and beautiful decorations we were eager to be guided by florist, Ann Prigmore. The music played, mulled wine and mince pies were enjoyed and the conversation was lively. In a couple of hours we had all created a beautifully festive and unique wreath to adorn our home this Christmas time. This will become an annual event on our Friends of St Mary’s calendar.
Heart and Music return to Stevington.
A wonderful varied programme of music and songs, from swing to gospel, show-tunes to original compositions plus some amusing poetry!
Thank you for coming.
Lest we forget.
Service of Remembrance at the War Memorial, St Mary’s.
It was a cold but fine morning, and there was a goodly crowd from the the Baptist Chapel and St Mary’s, for the usual moving service. The hymns were accompanied by Bedford Brass who also provided two young trumpeters for the Last Post and Reveille, and Richard Galley played the mournful Pipers Lament.
As usual a very enjoyable supper was had by the 60 visitors, with a quiz and raffle to keep busy, and the evening wrapped up with some community singing enthusiastically led by Like Robinson and Andrew Young duetting on the piano.
The Songs of Praise service on the Sunday was another great ‘sing-along’ session, with some interesting readings, and a couple of pieces by our ever more adventurous choir.
A team of five ladies lead by Anna Hart embarked on an ambitious walk covering 9 miles and 6 Churches in Stevington, Clapham and Bromham (in not too clement weather) and Robert Eadie walked into Bedford (where the churches are rather more closely grouped) and managed to visit 23 churches. Between them, and with the generous support of sponsors, they raised over £500 for the Historic Churches Trust, of which half comes back to our Parish.
Welcome to our new web site. We hope you will use this site to keep up to date with what’s going on in the Church, together with events organised by FOSM (Friends of St Mary’s).