The four churches are open for private prayer, and Sunday services are being held as follows. At 8.00 a.m. at St Mary's and All Saints' (Holy Communion), at 10.00 a.m. in St Mark's and St Nicholas' (A Service of the Word) and at 10.30 a.m. in St Mary's (Choral Eucharist) and at 6.30 p.m. in St Mary's (Choral Evensong). Also, at 10.30 a.m. at All Saints' on 18th October, and from that Sunday onwards. On-line services continue also, please see below for the team service, and for those at All Saints' and St Nicholas', scroll down and access the weekly notices.
Please find the service for 11th October, the Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity, here:
The team rector is providing a regular blog. That for 20th October is here:
Explore our Junior Church has returned to an actual meeting in Church, we now meet every Sunday at 11.00am, either in the garden outside church or inside in St Aldhelm's Chapel.
Please keep an eye on news items, notices, blogs on this website (see menu at the top of this home page).
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The following link has contact details of people (including for concerns regarding SAFEGUARDING FOR CHILDREN & VULNERABLE ADULTS) from all four Anglican churches in Swanage and Studland.
The Church of St Mary the Virgin is the ancient parish church of Swanage. Built of Purbeck stone for which the town and district are famous...
All Saints is a lively evangelical church with a vision to 'See the Kingdom of God come in power through the transformation of our community'...
St. Mark’s Church is situated in Herston which forms the western part of Swanage.
The Parish Church of Studland. Please take time to be still, pray, and get to know our church and its surroundings...