This means practical involvement where there is poverty, suffering and injustice, as well as becoming more and more part of the wider world. Every healthy church will be working to develop and strengthen these sorts of links within its locality. In particular, we have long supported the work of Emmanuel House. We are building links with the Refugee Forum, with Stone Soup Academy, the Clewer Institute and others.
Individual members of St Mary’s have a wide range of different things with which they are involved. If you would like to be introduced to a charity or project to explore getting involved in a way to suit your circumstances, please contact our vicar, Tom, to discuss.
As the historic City Centre church of Nottingham we have long relationships with the major institutions in the City (and County.) They are all important to us and our aim is to strengthen them. Within the Lace Market and Creative Quarter we are always working to establish partnerships and close relationships.