A communion service is held at St Mary’s Church, Market Lavington on the first Sunday of every month at 11 am.
Services are held at West Lavington on second Sunday, 11 am, Easterton on third Sunday and Great Cheverell on fourth Sunday.
The church is also open for private prayer on Wednesday afternoons.
Recently a lot of work has been done to the interior of the church. Some of the pews have been removed and the plasterwork removed to remedy the damp on the walls. There are plans to make some more changes, which will make the building much more flexible for different uses. A new heating system is required as well as new toilet facilities and a servery for refreshments. These improvements are dependant on sufficient funds being raised.
Noticeboard – Benefice Policies on Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults can be found on the noticeboard.
The Summer Fete at Clyffe Hall and the Christmas Bazaar in aid of the church were generously supported by the village community.
The Real Nativity at Christmas takes place in and around the church.
St Mary’s Church is a focal point in the village community – standing beside the Community Hall, next door to the Village Museum and just above the Old School where the weekly Tuesday Club is held. It has been used for concerts with the Community Choir and Market Lavington Village Band and by Lavington School for services.
Historical Notes: In the Church building the Chancel dates from the late 13th Century.
The Nave is 14th Century and the Tower 15th Century Grade 1.
Six bells with a team of bell ringers.
2016 Spring Clean