About our church
We are a worshiping community in Pype Hayes, the parish outpost for the Church of England. We are currently in an Interregnum, which is a fancy word meaning that our beloved former vicar, Rev Nigel Traynor, and his wife Erin Traynor, are no longer with us. During an Interregnum, it is a lot like a waiting time when we wait on God for promises or words that He has given us; we wait patiently for a new vicar to be appointed to St Mary's. In the meantime, we get on with life - caring for one another, gathering to worship and celebrate all Jesus has done for us, learn from teaching of the bible, and enjoying fellowship with each other and those around us.
We are blessed to have good relationships with the churches around us, and visiting clergy come to help us celebrate holy communion and see how we are getting on.
The church wardens, along with the Interregnum Team of congregational members, and the parish administrator, take care of the details.
If you would like to come along and see what our life together is like, you'd be most welcome. We worship on a Sunday morning, at 10.30 am in the church hall, and on Wednesday mornings, at 9.30 am, in the Lady Chapel.