Battle of Pilleth

St. Mary’s Church


Local History

Friends of Pilleth




This Project has been
supported with the help
of Money from the
European Regional
Development Fund

Events in and around Pilleth

July 23:Quiet Day:(led by Revd Nigel Gower) – 11.00am
July 31:1662 Prayer Book Evesong – 3.00pm
August 15:Mothers’ Union Eucharist (for the Feast of St Mary) – 2.30pm
August 27-29:An Exhibition of Pictures & Crafts at Little Rodd, Presteigne (in aid of St Mary’s, Pilleth) 11.00am -5.00pm
September 10:Quiet Day:(Details to be confirmed) – 11.00am
September 18:A Celtic Eucharist – 3.00pm
September 25:1662 Prayer Book Evesong (Harvest Thanksgiving) – 3.00pm

Services at St. Mary’s Church

A Celtic Eucharist
A new yet traditional form of Holy Communion inspired by he early and medieval Celtic Church, drawing on translations of authentic texts from Brittany, Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

Prayer Book Evensong
Traditional Evening Prayer according to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.

Quiet Days
A guided day for study and reflection on a Christian theme, ending with an act of worship (usually but not always the Eucharist) – please bring own lunch. Quiet Days begin at 11.00am and end at 3.30pm (approx).

Private Prayer
St Mary’s Church is open for private prayer every day between the hours of 9.00am and 5.00pm.

Other Events
St. Mary’s Church is available for use for retreats, quiet days, and other events throughout the summer and early autumn. For booking please contact:
Mr Peter Hood, Churchwarden (01547 560272)