Part-Time Parish Administrator: Apply by 13th June 2017

The Parish of Walthamstow is a team of Anglican churches in the heart of regenerating Walthamstow, East London, and we’re looking to appoint a part-time Parish Administrator to provide excellent administrative and support services. Could this be you? To run our busy Parish Office, you’ll need to be hard working, approachable and organised. In addition to being able to … [Read more…]

Holy Week & Easter 2017 in the Parish of Walthamstow

Holy Week & Easter 2017 in the Parish of Walthamstow, 10-16 April 2017 Monday 10th April – Prayer at St Stephen’s Church, 7.30pm Wednesday 12th April – Tenebrae Service at St Mary’s Church, 7.30pm Thursday 13th April – Maundy Thursday at St Gabriel’s Church, 8pm Good Friday 14th April All-Age Worship at St Mary’s Church, 10.30am … [Read more…]

St Mary’s Plans to Redevelop its Church Campus to Prioritise Affordable Housing, Childcare and Community Spaces

St Mary’s Church and the Parish of Walthamstow are excited to announce a bold vision for a new and restored church campus in Walthamstow Village which will better serve E17. Our vision is to address specific needs in Walthamstow while also ensuring the long-term viability of our congregation, buildings and community work. This will include … [Read more…]

Sarah Clarke Appointed Parish Operations Director

St Mary’s Church and the Parish of Walthamstow are excited to announce the appointment of Sarah Clarke as our new Parish Operations Director. Sarah holds degrees from Plymouth University (Sociology and International Development) and Regent College in Vancouver, Canada (Masters in Theological Studies: Christianity and Culture). Sarah recently returned from Vancouver where she has lived for … [Read more…]

A Message from Vanessa: ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ (8th – 15th May 2016)

As some of you may know, the Archbishops of York and Canterbury have asked all of the churches in England to pray for the growth of the Church in the week leading up to Pentecost 2016, and for each of us, in our own local contexts and in our own unique ways, to share the … [Read more…]