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The town of Acton and the Church of St Mary have a long history. The church is first recorded in the early 13th century, so there has been a St Mary’s Church on this site in West London for over 800 years. The present building is Victorian, dating from 1866, and contains some notable stained glass and old memorials.
The church is at the heart of Acton town centre, in the London Borough of Ealing. This is a multi cultural community with diverse peoples and traditions represented. The church continues to offer worship and praise to God and care to the people.
We are an Anglican (Church of England) church and our services are both from the traditional Book of Common Prayer and more modern sources. You are most welcome to come and look around, and would be warmly received at any of our services. If you wish to enquire about baptism, weddings or funerals, please contact the Parish Office.
8.00am Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer (spoken service, lasts about half an hour)
10.30am Sung Eucharist — lasts just over an hour; our youngsters go out to Junior Church events during the service and return to go up to the altar rail with their families for a blessing. There is also a créche room available where the service is relayed. Coffee and tea are served after the service — a good time to get to know people.
Thursday 11.00 am Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer (spoken service, lasts about half an hour)
The church is usually open from 1030 to 1230, Monday—Saturday.
There is usually a weekly Parish Eucharist at 10.30 am on Sunday.