Arches: Light blue
Arches: Dark blue
St Mary's Watercolour
nave pillars
boss in chancel
Easter Cross
Colours on floor
St Marys Sunshine from the Main Street
Sandbach Cobbles from St Mary Towers

Welcome to St Mary's Church Sandbach

Greatly illustrated stained glass East Window

Welcome to Revd Bryony Boyd

This Sunday 27th September will be the first service led by our new vicar, Bee. We are delighted to be welcoming her, to St Mary's Sandbach.

Bee was inducted into St Mary's Church Sandbach on Monday 21st September 2020. You can find recordings of the service on the St Mary Sandbach Facebook page. The links are also below:

It has been videoed in 3 parts

Sunday Church Services

We are delighted that the church services have now been able to re-open for Sunday services. 

The first was on 19th July.  Services are shown under the Services section of the website.

  • Holy Communion at 8am
  • Morning Worship at 10am/ Holy communion at 10am

On a Sunday, the bells will be ringing from 9.45 for 15 minutes before this service.

Please bring a copy of the Pewsheet with you. Available here, or you can get one emailed to you by emailing the warden [at] sanbachchurch [dot] co [dot] uk (subject: pewsheet) (church warden.)

Social distances measures will be in place for all services. Please listen out for any relevant instructions. As we are opening for these services on Sunday the church will not be open for Private prayer on a Sunday afternoon.

If you would like to help with readings please get in touch.

Please note the Wednesday service is run on Zoom. If you would like to take part please email or ring the warden [at] sandbachchurch [dot] co [dot] uk (subject: Wednesday%20service) (church wardens  )and they will supply the details.

We are a supportive community so please keep in touch with each other in other ways. Don't hesitate to get in contact if you need anything specific, or even just a chat. 

Supporting Church Funds

There is a new page to help make giving donations to St Mary Church Sandbach easier, for those on-line and/or with a telephone. Please take a look: and share with your friends


The Quiz entry date is now passed. The answers can be found in the August magazine.

Hymn for Sunday

Father Hear the prayer we offer (words)

Father Hear the prayer we offer (music)

Prayer for today

Church of England, prayer for today

For prayers and advice while there are no church services:

Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus Questions - If anyone has any questions about this please contact the Diocese


PDF Documents: 
A message from Bee, the new vicar
Prayers for use during the Corona Pandemic
Psalm 121
Father Hear the prayer we offer
Father Hear the Prayer We Offer

Read about the latest news and events in the parish magazine


Find out about Baptism at St Mary's Church.


Find out about getting married at St Mary's Church


Details of usual weekly Services.

St Mary's News

  • 23 Aug

    Many thanks to those who are continuing to help look after the vicarage garden. It needs alot of regular work so if you can spare the time please come along and help.

  • 17 Aug

    Many thanks to those helping to decorate the vicarage. If you would like to help too please get in touch: warden [at] sandbachchurch [dot] co [dot] uk (subject: Decorating)

  • 3 Aug

    The vicarage requires decorating. We are looking for people to help with this so that it is in a good condition for our new vicar. If you can help please get in touch: contacts

  • 26 Jul

    We are please to announce that there will be a Parish Eucharist will be this Sunday at 10am. Social distancing measures will be in place. Face coverings are strongly recommended to be worn.

  • 19 Jul

    Services will resume with some restrictions to enable social distancing. There will be an 8am communion (limited numbers), and Sunday Worship at 10am.  For more details: Church Service Guidance


Limited services from Sunday 19th July
Details here

Wed 30 September

Sun 4 October

Wed 7 October

Sun 11 October

Wed 14 October

Safeguarding: 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 about the national policies and procedures at