St Mary, Aston

Living God's Love

  • St Marys Church
  • Broadwater Lane
  • Aston, Hertfordshire
  • Web site updated -20th April 2020
  • SG2 7EN

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Snow in the VillageSt Mary's CofE School, Aston

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Aston St Mary’s Church of England Primary School is situated in Aston, near the eastern edge of Stevenage.

A village school, with around 120 pupils on roll from Reception to Year 6

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Our Other Churches

 St Andrew & St Mary - Watton At Stone

 St Andrew & St Mary - Watton At Stone
We are a friendly Anglican congregation meeting at 9.30 am every Sunday and at other times as detailed in the Services and Events section of this website.  Our beautiful and historic church is set on a hillside overlooking the village of Watton, a special place to mark the important events of our lives

 St Michael  All Angels - Waterford

 St Michael & All Angels - Waterford
We are a small Anglican congregation worshipping at 6.30 pm on three Sundays a month and at 11.15 am on the second Sunday.Services take place in our beautiful church famous for its pre-Raphaelite stained-glass windows from the William Morris factory and outstanding mosaics

 St Mary - Stapleford

 St Mary - Stapleford
We are a family friendly Anglican church, serving a small village of 108 households. All are welcome to join us in our worship at 11.15 am most Sundays and at other times as detailed in the services and events section of this website.

St Mary's Stapleford is a beautiful and historic church which has served the community for nearly a thousand years.

 St Andrew - Bramfield

 St Andrew - Bramfield

We are a small and friendly Anglican congregation meeting at 11.15 am most Sundays and at other times as detailed in the services and events section of this website.

Our beautiful and historic church in the heart of this small village dates from Saxon times, was rebuilt in 1090 and extended c1370. The tower was added in 1840 during major renovation work.  St.Andrews was the first Living of Thomas a Becket and after his murder in 1170, the village became a place of pilgrimage....


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Our church is in the Diocese of St Albans which forms part of the Province of Canterbury in England and is part of the wider Church of England, in turn part of the worldwide Anglican Communion.


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The Church of England is organised into two provinces; each led by an archbishop (Canterbury for the Southern Province and York for the Northern). Each province is built from dioceses. There are 43 in England


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Churches Together in Hertfordshire unites in pilgrimage those churches in the area which, acknowledging God's revelation in Christ, confess the Lord Jesus Christ as Lord according to the Scriptures, and in obedience to God's will and in the power of the Holy Spirit commit themselves:


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 Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world

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 Stevenage Community Food Bank has been set up to provide a safety net for Stevenage residents who find themselves in sudden financial crisis – for example; redundancy, benefit change or delay in benefit award or unexpected large bill – meaning they are unable to put food on the table.

The Food Bank provides nutritious food for a three week period. It is a short term measure to support people in crisis allowing time to organise, adjust or change their circumstances.