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St Mary’s Church, Reed

St Mary’s Church is first recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086. and parts of it date from the Saxon period. It’s a beautiful, much loved little church. St Mary’s is the responsibility of the Parochial Church Council (PCC), which is made up of elected members of the Parish, and chaired by the Rector. With the generous support and partnership of Friends of Reed Church (FORC), a substantial programme of renovation and repair has taken place at St Mary’s over the past fifteen years. More about these works and plans for the future Update on the organ project Today, St Mary’s forms part of the United Benefice of Barkway, Barley, Reed and Buckland. St Mary’s also hosts Reed Choir. Read more about the choir here.

Our normal pattern of service

1st Sunday; 9.00 a.m. Parish Communion (said) 2nd Sunday; 10.30 a.m. United Benefice Holy Communion (may be at Reed but moves between Barkway, Barley & Reed) 3rd Sunday; 10.30 a.m. Parish Communion 4th Sunday; 10.30 a.m. All-age service (children especially welcome!) 5th Sunday; 10.30 a.m. United Benefice Holy Communion (may be at Reed but moves between Barkway, Barley & Reed) Up-to-date information on service times, including special services such as at Christmas and Easter
Rector The Revd Ruth Pyke, The Rectory, 135 High Street, Barkway, SG8 8ED   Tel. 01763 848756  Churchwardens Liz Jakeman    4 Church Close  Reed SG8 8AN    01763 848398 Kelly Liebenberg   High Bank, High Street  Reed SG8 8AH  01763 847293
© Reed Parish Council 2022 Website Accessibility Statement
Reed Village
The website of Reed Parish Council

St Mary’s Church,

Reed

St Mary’s Church is first recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086. and parts of it date from the Saxon period. It’s a beautiful, much loved little church. St Mary’s is the responsibility of the Parochial Church Council (PCC), which is made up of elected members of the Parish, and chaired by the Rector. With the generous support and partnership of Friends of Reed Church (FORC), a substantial programme of renovation and repair has taken place at St Mary’s over the past fifteen years. More about these works and plans for the future Update on the organ project Today, St Mary’s forms part of the United Benefice of Barkway, Barley, Reed and Buckland. St Mary’s also hosts Reed Choir. Read more about the choir here.

Our normal pattern of service

1st Sunday; 9.00 a.m. Parish Communion (said) 2nd Sunday; 10.30 a.m. United Benefice Holy Communion (may be at Reed but moves between Barkway, Barley & Reed) 3rd Sunday; 10.30 a.m. Parish Communion 4th Sunday; 10.30 a.m. All-age service (children especially welcome!) 5th Sunday; 10.30 a.m. United Benefice Holy Communion (may be at Reed but moves between Barkway, Barley & Reed) Up-to-date information on service times, including special services such as at Christmas and Easter
Rector The Revd Ruth Pyke, The Rectory, 135 High Street, Barkway, SG8 8ED   Tel. 01763 848756  Churchwardens Liz Jakeman    4 Church Close  Reed SG8 8AN    01763 848398 Kelly Liebenberg   High Bank, High Street  Reed SG8 8AH  01763 847293

St Mary’s Church Community

Consultation

The Parochial Church Council (PCC) has launched its Mission Action Plan consultation. This takes the form of a virtual and physical questionnaire which asks users of the church and churchyard for their views and helps shape the church’s future offering. Respond to the survey