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This page provides details of our normal pattern of services. For information relating to our services during Advent and Christmas, please refer to the scrolling slideshow on the homepage, or look at our Advent and Christmas page. 


As a result of the announcement from the Government on 31st October, public worship cannot take place in our churches. However, we are permitted to broadcast acts of worship, so each Sunday during lockdown (with the exception of 22nd November), the ministry team will live-stream a Eucharist service from St Mary's church at 10am. There will be no congregation present. 

The service will be live-streamed to our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/StMarysMoseley.

The live video will also appear on the homepage of the Benefice website www.moseleychurch.org.uk shortly before 10am. If the video does not appear at 10am, please refresh your page.

Intergenerational Worship Service 

Each month, usually on the second Sunday of the month, we are holding an online service via Zoom at 11.00 am that is suitable for all ages. Please note that on these Sundays, no service will be broadcast from church. The next Intergenerational Service will be on 13th December 2020. This will also be our Nativity Service. 


Church open for Private Prayer: Wednesdays and Sundays 

St Mary’s is open for private prayer on Wednesdays from 10:30am - 12 noon and Sundays from 2.00 pm until 3.30 pm.

Entry is via the South East Door (accessible entrance). Bibles and prayer books are not available but you are welcome to bring your own. All are welcome to come and spend time in private prayer.


Morning Prayer moves to Zoom

Join us for Morning Prayer via Zoom on Mondays to Thursdays at 9.10 am.  Please contact the Church Office for the Zoom login details.


For details of worship for Children, please see our Children page.


To read the Sermon preached by Mark Simons for the Second Sunday before Advent, please click here.

To read the Sermon preached by Mark Simons for All Saints, please click here.

To read the Sermon preached by Mark Simons for Trinity 15, please click here. 



Set in a Liberal Catholic Eucharistic tradition, St Mary’s worships in a spirit of “relaxed formality”, where the focus is on fine choral music and liturgy with a feeling that God is transcendent. The church offers additional choral worship centred on major festivals and pays close attention to  here.the changing liturgical seasons. St Mary’s congregation values traditional worship ‘done well’.

Like St Mary’s, St Anne’s is an intergenerational, liberal and inclusive congregation, who worship an immanent God. Recent re-ordering has seen the pews removed and the nave altar become the main permanent focus of worship. Worship is less formal here than at St Mary’s and takes place in the round. Worship is led by organ and piano, and the feeling is very much that God is immanent.

Our Worship