St Mary's, Grendon


St Mary’s Church dates back in part to Norman times. It is a beautiful building, built from limestone rubble with ironstone dressings. The tower contains a ring of six bells, dating from 1618.  

Our Church community is made up of a mixture of ages with many families.

St Mary’s has a strong team of volunteers who clean, flower arranging, provide refreshments and carry out numerous caretaking duties. We also have a talented team of mixed-aged bell ringers.

Our PCC is committed to the growth of our Church and reaching out to the wider community.


Services at St Mary's take place as follows

                           Wednesday morning 9.30am Holy Communion, in Church during the warmer months and in the                                    home of a parishioner during the winter followed by coffee & biscuits.

1st Sunday     11am All Age Holy Communion, with children's activity, followed by coffee & biscuits. 

2nd Sunday    No service at St Mary’s (see calendar for details of other services in the Benefice)

3rd Sunday     9am Holy Communion followed by coffee and biscuits

4th Sunday     4pm Worship for All, followed by tea and cake

5th Sunday     Benefice Service (calendar for details).



A warm welcome awaits you at St Mary's where the churchwardens will help you feel at home and answer any questions you may have.


                                          Isabel Gillett                            Deborah Rush



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Our doors may be closed due to the pandemic but St Mary's has still been busy serving the community through online services, activities for children, zoom coffee catch-ups & pastoral care. Without services our income has been severely reduced whilst most of our expenses still have to be paid. If you have enjoyed watching one of the services or would like to support our work please consider making an online donation.