Revd Julia Boothby Our Vicar for the past seven years, the Revd Julia Boothby conducted her last service on April 8th, and will be taking up a new post as priest in three churches in the Scottish highlands in Dingwall, Strathpeffer and Invergordon. Her licensing will take place at St Anne's, Strathpeffer, on Saturday 5th May at 12 noon.

A message from Julia
" Thank you so much for the wonderful send off last Sunday. It was lovely to see so many of you and thank you all for coming along and making it such a special occasion.
The church looked beautiful and a special thank you to the choir for the special anthems
A huge thank you for the gifts - the vouchers, flowers and the card with so many kind messages. They are all much appreciated and we will buy something special for the house with the vouchers.
Our love, thanks and prayers for you all"

During the interregnum all enquiries concerning Baptisms, Marriages,(including publication of Banns of Marriage) and Funerals, should be directed to the Churchwardens, who should also be contacted for all matters concerning Communion of the Sick and Confessions.

Martin Ferdinando Churchwarden:
Martin Ferdinando

tel: 01707 260687 | email:

If the Vicar is unavailable, enquiries concerning Baptisms, Marriages,(including publication of Banns of Marriage) and Funerals as above.
Also matters relating to the Diocese of St Albans, the churchyard, and any other enquiry of a non-administrative nature.
Gillian Peplow

Gillian Peplow

tel: 01707 272265

Office Office Administrator: Lisa Large
Parish Office: open on Tuesday and Wednesday from 10am until 2pm
Telephone messages and emails are picked up regularly at other times

tel: 01727 825578 | email:

For all administrative matters including use of St Michael's Room, inclusion of items in the weekly notice sheet, or if neither the Vicar or Churchwardens can be contacted.
children's hands Parish Safeguarding Officer: Sam Elgar | tel: 01707 261810 | email:

St Mary’s Church, North Mymms, is committed to the welfare, nurture and safekeeping of children, young people and adults with care and support needs and will endeavour to provide a safe environment for all.

We are committed to implementing a safeguarding policy and procedures based upon the CCPAS model policy. In addition the Parish will follow the Diocesan Procedures and recommended good practice and be responsive to local parish requirements.

St Mary’s recognises the importance of safeguarding and ensures that all its PCC members have an enhanced DBS check and that they, and all those who hold offices of responsibility, are required to undertake safeguarding training.
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