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For children we have Sunday Club for 3-8 year olds and a group for 8-12 year olds which meets term-time (except half-terms) during the 10am Sunday service.
For babies and toddlers we have an area with books and toys and the 10am service is on a live feed to a TV.
Our 11.30am informal Sunday services are held twice a month.
Barnes Youth Group for 11-16 year olds runs monthly on a Sunday evening from 6-7.30pm plus regular Cafe Church@BYG during the 10am service. For more details email the Rector

This year we celebrate over 800 years of Christian presence and witness in our community. 2015 marks a significant anniversary for St Mary's. Following the sealing of Magna Carta on 15th June 1215, Archbishop Stephen Langton returned to London and tradition says that he stopped in Barnes to consecrate the newly enlarged parish church of St Mary's

Full details of the events planned to mark this historic year at St Mary's can be seen here and nationally on the Magna Carta website here. We have also launched a dedicated webpage for our own Magna Carta Festival which takes place between May 20th and 23rd: just click here for news of the floral displays, events and talks, children's specials, and much more

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Election Hustings: On Thursday 23rd April at 7.30pm, St Mary’s Barnes hosted an Election Hustings Debate in conjunction with Churches Together in Barnes. Chaired by TV journalist Nik Gowing, the candidates for Richmond Park constituency – Andree Frieze (Green), Zac Goldsmith (Con), Robin Meltzer (LibDem), Samah Naz (UKIP) and Sachin Patel (Lab) – took part in a lively debate, answering questions from the audience and submitted via email. The debate was live-streamed and can be watched again at Live Culture TV.

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