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    Using the menus above, you can find out all about the living church of St Mary's which is located at the heart of the market town of Market Drayton in North Shropshire. Whether you want to find out more about God's work in Market Drayton, are looking for a thriving Christian community in the area, planning a visit to the town, or re-discovering the joys of time spent here we hope to see you.
     
    Keep up to date with what is happening at St Marys by going to our News page above and by looking in the calendar. We hope to see you soon.
     
    We and many people from across the Diocese of Lichfield and beyond recently welcomed our new Vicar, Rev Catherine McBride. See some images from the evening by clicking here. Recent press coverage about Catherine's arrival in Market Drayton and her hopes for the town can be read here.

    We look forward to seeing you at our next Churches Together event:all welcome street nativity on cheshire street sunday 17th december at 4.30pm

    Please use the enquiry form which can be found in 'Connect' if you have any queries about Baptisms, Weddings or Funerals at St Mary's.

    The Church is open and staffed every day. Come and pray or just look around between 11am and 1pm (10am to 2pm on Wednesdays, which is Market Day.) There is a bookshop with a range of Christian books and Fair Trade goods. 
     
    We also have a lovely ring of 8 bells dating back to 1700. Practice Night is Wednesday at 7.30pm.

    We are very close to the Shropshire Union Canal and we welcome all boaters to our Services. You can't miss us, just look for the Tower!

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