Welcome To St Mary's

For almost a thousand years St Marys Church has played its part at the centre of the village of Bampton in Oxfordshire, and today it continues to be a vibrant influence within our local community as well as a beautiful centrepiece to the village.

The future of the Church and its community depends on local support and hard work from a committed group of volunteers who ensure that St Marys remains a special place at the heart of our community.

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Events & Main Services

Organ Appeal

Sunday 22nd October

The Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity
We've launched our appeal to raise £150,000 to restore and extend our pipe organ.
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to find out more about the project and see how you can help!
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Organ Appeal fund
8:00am Holy Communion (BCP)
10:30pm Sung Eucharist

 

Sunday 29th October

The Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity
10:30am United Parish Eucharist
No Service in Bampton
 
 

Sunday 5th November

The Twentieth Sunday after Trinity

Friends of St Mary's

10:30am Sung Eucharist Find out more about the work of the Friends of St Mary's and events they organise here
12noon Whole church meeting
3pm Messy Church!
   

Sunday 5th November

The Twenty First Sunday after Trinity
10:30am Sung Eucharist

 

 

The next Messy Church will be on Sunday 5th November at 3pm

Holy Communion is celebrated every Wednesday at 10:30am
A Roman Catholic Mass is held each Sunday in St Mary's at 9:00am

 

   

About Visiting St Mary's Bampton

St Mary's Church is pleased to welcome visitors throughout the year, either to services, just to have a look round, or to use the church as a place of peace and reflection. The church is normally open during daylight hours all year round.

We have recently seen an increase in visitors due to the filming of the ITV drama series Downton Abbey - the fifth series in the UK is due later in 2014 - which is filmed in and around the church. Watch extra footage about the Downton weddings filmed in St Marys by clicking here.

The roads around St Mary's are narrow and access is difficult for large vehicles. There is limited parking on Church Close on the north side of the churchyard, but all coaches should drop off/pick up in the Market Square and can park easily at the Recreation Ground on Buckland Road (OX18 2AA). Further details about how to get to Bampton can be found on the Bampton Parish Council Website.

For large groups refreshments can sometimes be made available by prior arrangement.

Please click here to send an email to the Churchwardens for further details about visiting.

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