St Mary’s Church, Easton Neston
You are welcome to come and take part with your community at St Mary’s Church
There is now a security gate restricting vehicular (but not pedestrian) access to the estate and the Church.
It will be open for services, but if you need regular access at other times, please register your number plate via the Office.
For an occasional visit, just ring the phone number you’ll see by the gate.
|Services for The Church of St Mary
Experience the candle lit services held on the first Saturday of each month at 6:00pm (18:00) in this charismatic and beautiful church dating back to the 13th century, with its unusual box pews.
There is an exception in September when the service coincides with the English Heritage Open Days.
Includes a map showing the location of and access to the Church of St Mary, Easton Neston.
|Tove Benefice web site
The Tove Benefice now has its own site at ToveBenefice.org.uk.
The Churches in the Benefice are currently served by a number of web sites, each with their own identity, character and information, which can easily be accessed from the Tove Benefice site..
Click here to find out more and how you can contribute.
|The Church of St Mary, Easton Neston – A Brief History
When you stand in the Church of St Mary, Easton Neston, you are in a building that has had a presence here for eight centuries as the first recorded Incumbent of this medieval church was Nicholas de Grey in 1223.
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|The Church of St Mary ~ heritage open day ~ September 2010 and September 2013
The Church of St Mary opened it doors from 10am to 6pm over the Heritage weekends and was well supported by the visitors who enjoyed the beautiful flowers (some of the arrangements which can be seen by clicking the button), cakes, tea and coffee provided by the willing Friends of St Mary.
A big thank you to all who visited the Church and to the volunteers who decorated the Church with flowers, made cakes and served refreshments to the visitors.
|Photographs of The Church of St Mary ~ 2009 to 2010
Photographs taken at the Church of St Mary, Easton Neston, Northamptonshire, including images of the ten Gargoyles at the base of the roof beams in the Nave.
|Photographs of The Church of St Mary ~ 2008
Photographs taken at the Church of St Mary, Easton Neston, Northamptonshire.
|Photographs of St Mary’s Church taken in July 1967
Photographs of St Mary’s Church, Easton Neston, Northamptonshire, taken in July 1967 by Henry Cooper & Son of 8 George Row, Northampton.
|Panoramas of The Church of St Mary and St Lawrence
Panoramic images of the Church of St Mary, Easton Neston, and St Lawrence, Towcester, including those taken in the snow in February 2009.
| Map of The Church of St Mary
Map showing the location of and access to the Church of St Mary, Easton Neston.
Post Code ~ NN12 7HS, Ordnance Survey Grid Reference ~ SP 702492,
Latitude ~ 52° 08′ 11″ N and Longitude ~ 00° 58′ 31″ W.
| Panoramas of St Mary’s Church and St Lawrence Church
Interactive 3609° Panoramas of St Mary’s Church and St Lawrence Church
| St Lawrence Church, Towcester, Northamptonshire
The large ironstone parish church of St Lawrence is situated in Chantry Lane, in the centre of the historic market town of Towcester.
The oldest portion of the existing church is in the style of ‘Early English’ architecture, about 1200.
The eastern part of the chancel, with the crypt, is in the ‘decorated’ style.
Building of the tower and aisles was started in the reign of Edward IV (1461 – 1483), and completed in the reign of Richard III.
|St. Bartholomew’s Church, Greens Norton
People have worshipped at St. Bartholomew’s Church in Greens Norton, where you will find a warm welcome, for a millennium. St. Bartholomew’s is part of an enlarged Anglican fellowship with churches in the Tove Beneficehave and has Sunday School, two lay people training for Pastoral care and Evangelism, and an enthusiastic team who want to take the message of the grace and love of God to the community.
St Michael’s Church, Bradden
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