Due to the pandemic, services currently take place online. To join our virtual worship, please click here. A link to our digital services will be sent out via e-mail each … Continue reading
Owing to the pandemic, at present St Mary’s is only open between 9am – 11am on Sundays for quiet reflection and the lighting of candles (with background music playing). Sunday … Continue reading
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Betty the Beverley Beck Snake has spent the winter happily nestled in the churchyard at Beverley Minster. With the arrival of milder weather, she has decided to move on and will be spending the spring and summer in the gardens of St Mary’s Church.
St Mary’s Church takes its duty and obligation to protect all, extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more … Continue reading
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We have returned to in person worship but we will continue online while the pandemic restricts moment (see below for online) 8.00am Holy Communion 9.30am Holy Communion 11.15am The 11.15 Service … Continue reading
The first in a new series of fortnightly blogs exploring St Mary’s curious carvings. Written by Bryony Wilde, a recent Art History graduate of the University of York.
Students from the University of York are helping to shed light on the church’s heritage, in particular its remarkable collection of Tudor and medieval roof bosses.
For the first time in living memory, fine details of the carvings high up on the south nave clerestory can be seen
The online version of Reform Rebellion Restoration is now open, providing 24-hour virtual access to all of the historical information and images of all of the portraits in the exhibition. … Continue reading
Today, we publish ‘Curious Carvings: The Roof Bosses of St Mary’s Beverley’. Written by Dr Jennie England, the book provides interpretations of thirty of the Tudor and medieval bosses which … Continue reading
Look again! In her third blog on the roof bosses of St Mary’s, Bryony Wilde examines the sense of deja-vu created by repeating sculptures and craftsmen.
Today, we launch a visual database which enables people to see St Mary’s remarkable collection of roof bosses in its entirety for the first time – in close detail.