9am Holy Communion Service
10.30am Informal Service
11am last Sunday of month
BCP Holy Communion
Radcliffe on Trent
Office Tel: ☎ 0115 845 1656
Church services at 9am and 10.30am
CTR Family Easter Experience Day - St Mary's Hall (and church)
Full details here
Come and go as you please throughout the day
Rolling program of free crafts and activities
2 sessions: 10am - 12.30am, 1pm - 3.30pm
Lunch break: 12.30 to 1pm (bring your own sandwiches)
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
10.00 am Holy Communion (special service for Maundy Thursday)
NB no evening service this year
All the churches in Radcliffe gather together for:
9.30 am. Walk of Witness with the Cross. Meet at Catalyst (Wellspring) Church in Upper Saxondale at 9.15am.
Alternatively join the walk at any point along the route or at:
10.30 am. United Service at St Mary's Church.
Everyone welcome to join in.
6.30 pm. Memorial Service at St Mary's. A time to remember loved ones who have died. Any flowers brought to this service wil be used in our Easter decorations.
9.00 am Holy Communion
Traditional service (Book of Common Prayer)
10.30 am All Age Holy Communion
All-age Easter celebration including Holy Communion
The Archdeacon of Nottingham, Archdeacon Sarah Clark, will be joining us for both these services.
...to St Mary's, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottingham - a church family, not just a building!
We welcome you to an active Church at the centre of the life of our large village, located close to Nottingham. You will find information on our website about the church family, the people who run things, our groups and our activities.
Please browse the website and do please make contact if you would like to have more information.
St Mary’s, Radcliffe on Trent parish church, is pleased to announce that work finished on our project to re-roof the church at the end of November 2016.
Our roof has leaked for many years and following a particularly severe storm in 2014 we decided re-roofing the church must be our priority to maintain a safe and weatherproof place of worship. The work involves removing the concrete tiles, replacing them with slates as used when the church was re-built in the 1870s.