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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What is SAGES?

SAGES is a monthly morning for the Senior Ages, run by Avril Horton, Veronica Lockett and Eileen Knight, providing a great opportunity for getting to know those of a similar age over a cup of coffee or tea, and a cake or two.

This is followed by a talk or presentation of real interest to our age-group and we usually conclude with a brief thought and prayer.  SAGES is open to all including members of St Mary’s.  You will find a warm welcome from the 40-50 men and women who regularly attend.

Where and when does SAGES meet?

We meet at The Christian Centre on Aylesbury Road from 10.15am – 11.45am on the third Thursday of the month – except during August.

Is there a programme of events?
Sages group
Here is the programme for the next few months:

15 March – A diplomat’s wife Part II – Pat Thomas

19 April – Maasai People Ngorongoro District – Rachel Blackmore

17 May – A Tapestry of Entertainment – John Fox

21 June – Poetry and Prose

19 July – The Bushy Bomb – Roger Young

16 August – Outing to Ascott House, Wing (NT)

Is there any help with transport?

If transport is a problem please contact the Parish Office who will put you in touch with someone who can help.


  • 17thSeptember Jackie Bailey – Stoke Mandeville Spinal Unit
  • 15thOctober  Francis Hanford – First Landing into Halton
  • 19thNovember Germains’ Male Voice Choir
  • 17thDecember  Christmas Story and Carols
  • 21stJanuary  Wendy Trower – Ian Rennie Hospice at Home
  • 18thFebruary  More Poetry Please