St Mary’s Church, Wendover – everyone is welcome.

We are an inclusive Church. Our aim is to be a community of faith that follow the example of Jesus in showing acceptance and value of all. We seek to serve and welcome all who come to share this journey of finding the love and grace of God. This means we foster an environment which does not discriminate on grounds of economic power, gender, mental health, physical ability, race or sexuality.
Everyone is welcome

This website gives details of aspects of church life which we hope you’ll find useful. Please contact our Parish Office if you’d like more information or to speak to someone.

Please see the calendar pages for up to date information on service times and forthcoming key dates and events.

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Social Media

Stay up-to-date with what's happening at St. Mary's by following us on Twitter. Follow us @stmaryswendover and if you tweet about St. Mary's you can use the hashtag #stmaryswendover.

You can also keep up-to-date with activities at St. Mary's by "liking" our page on Facebook.


Two BellsThe tower at St Mary’s carries a ring of eight bells, the earliest being cast in 1623.

What are the weights and inscriptions of the St Mary’s bells?

Bell Weight Inscription
Treble 504lbs Donated by Bob and Helga Gerhardi in 2006.Bob has been a Wendover ringer for over 40 years.Whitechapel 2007 Whites of Appleton
Second 532 lbs Cast in memory of Frank And Betty Ramage a gift of their children
Peter, Ian and Patricia Parishioners 1959-1970.
Whitechapel 2007 Whites of Appleton
Third 587 lbs To the Glory of God and a Testimony to Albert Smith, Vicar. AD 1867 – 1914
Fourth 640 lbs Feare God 1633 (Recast 1914 Mears & Stainbank)
Fifth 731 lbs Chandler made me 1722 (Recast 1914 Mears & Stainbank)
Sixth 895 lbs Love God 1651
Seventh 1194 lbs Nickolas Humpferi & Mickell Cristmas – Churchwardens 1633
Tenor 1570 lbs Let your hope be in God 1623 E.K.


Group of bellringers

Can I join St Mary’s Bellringers?

We are an enthusiastic group of ringers who practice on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm. Any one interested in learning the art of bell ringing, please contact the Tower Captain via the Parish Office.