Bell Ringers

The bell ringers contribute to the worship at St Mary's by ringing on Sundays, or weddings and on other occasions. There is a strong mixed team but those wishing to learn are always welcome. Practice night Wednesday.

Details of St Mary's Bells:
Weight Inscription           Date      Founder
No 6 Tenor          537 Kg  GOD SAVE THE QUEENE 1600       Hugh Watts of Leicester
No 5       410 Kg  Newcombe Made Mee  1617       Newcombe of ? Bedfordshire
No 4       310 Kg  Richard Chandler Made Mee      1696       Chandler Buckinghamshire
No 3       286 Kg  CUM CUM AND PREYE    1600       Hugh Watts of Leicester
Two more bells were added to the above ring to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
No 2       282 Kg  In Memory of CECIL FRANK KILBY 1890-1940 EIIR               1953       Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel
No 1       236 Kg  In Memory of William HEWITSON 1862-1940 God Save The Queen  EIIR  1953       Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel
The 5th bell became cracked and was successfully repaired by welding in 1976.


Fairly traded goods are available from the stall in the Church Hall on the 3rd Sunday of the month after the 9.30 am service.


St Mary's Bookstall selling cards is open occasionally after the Parish Communion Service. Books and Bible notes can be obtained to order from CLC Bookshops 



The Library has a wide range of books covering aspects of the Christian faith, the Bible, spiritual life and prayer. There is also a good selection of children's books. Browse and borrow in the Dilworth Room during coffee after the Parish Communion Service.

St Mary Goldington