St Mary's Church Lydiard Tregoze

A Living, Loving and Worshipping Community in an historic building

Image Credit: Steve Evans, Swindon Photographic Society

Worship & Community

We are a friendly worshipping community of all ages, with a warm and welcoming heart. Part of the Bristol Diocese, we worship in various forms, share, learn and encourage active Christian living, in a setting where worship has continued for around 1000 years.

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Heritage & Conservation Project

St Mary’s is one of the UK’s most important parish churches and a treasure trove of beautiful fittings and artifacts. Supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, an extensive and fascinating conservation project is currently restoring the church’s precious structure and interior.

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6 Nov

RBL Field of Remembrance

  As we witness the awful scenes in Afghanistan, our concerns for women and children are heightened, we wonder why […]

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2 Oct

Conservation Project Latest

Ellis & Co have completed the installation of the interpretation panel cupboards , book shelf and display cabinet in Church. […]

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Forthcoming Events


28 Nov
10.00 am Advent 1 Common Worship Communion
Led by Revd Lis Arnold and Revd Trevor Day
Theme: Heads Up
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28 Nov
1.45 pm Closure of RBL Field of Remembrance
A short service in the Walled Garden
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5 Dec
10.00 am Advent 2 Common Worship
Led by Angela Mak and Pete Rogers
Theme: The Great Leveller
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Conservation Project

There are no events currently planned - please check back soon for an update.


There are no events currently planned - please check back soon for an update.

Image Credit: Rex Harris, Swindon Photographic Society

Life Events

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Image Credit: Keith (M), Swindon Photographic Society