warm welcome to St. Mary the Virgin Church, Potterne
near Devizes in Wiltshire. We would love to invite you into our Church
as we worship and serve Jesus in our beautiful 13th
building. We aim to
and faith for the whole community through our regular services and also
many activities and events in our village which are organised by our
are a welcoming church, serving the whole village community. Our main
service together is at 11 am on
Sunday. We also have an early morning Communion service most Sundays
some services during the week (diary
for this month here). As we are the
only church in the village, our worship varies from week to week to
different Christian styles: Sometimes very traditional, sometimes much
informal. Whatever style the service is in, you’ll find a warm welcome here.
you’re driving to us, the postcode SN10 5NA should help your SatNav
are part of the Wellsprings Benefice of Seend, Bulklington, Poulshot,
Potterne, Worton and
Marston, in the Salisbury Diocese. Information on activities in the
benefice can be found on the 'Wellsprings benefice' FaceBook page.
Christ Church Worton and
Marston information is
available from the
web site, Seend Holy Cross web site can be found at the Seend village web site.
our website will help you to find the information you are seeking,
be to arrange a baptism (christening) or wedding, or if you are looking
out how to deal with a death. Perhaps you or someone you know needs
perhaps you want to find a place of worship and a welcoming new family
join. Maybe you are thinking of
visiting the church building because you are interested in the history
church which is featured in the book 'Englands 1000 Best Churches'.
your reasons for looking, these pages should give you a good
start. We also keep in contact
with as many people
as possible in our village and local area through our monthly parish
there is no substitute for the real thing, so please feel free to get
in touch with
us (see contact and find
us) or just drop in.
look forward to seeing you.
St.Mary's Chruch Fete
Satuday 16th June, 2.00 pm
In George Day's field
Details to follow soon