The offering of an open Church building and an outward looking worshipping community, remain dominant signs on the cultural landscape, pointing to nothing less than the deep generosity and openness of God, who promises his people that ‘there are many rooms in my Father’s House’ – Martyn Percy
The Parish of St. Mary the Virgin in the Lace Market, Nottingham hopes to be a significant Place of Hospitality. A place where the hospitality of God can be encountered by all, regardless of gender, income, marital status, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, race or age.
For people who visit every day; people who may visit once in their lives; for the young and old; worshippers and pilgrims; historians and tourists… Welcome!
|16th September 2018
10:45 am: Battle of Britain Service
16th September 2018 –
Morning: 10:45am service to commemorate Battle of Britain Day and to celebrate 100 years of the RAF.
Service conducted by the Rev'd Tom Gillum
Assisted by the Ven Robin Turner
Preacher: Rt Rev'd Paul Williams, Bishop of Southwell
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