St Mary & St Helen

Location: High Street, Neston, Cheshire, CH64 9TZ

There is an induction loop system provided in this Church to assist hearing aid user


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The Parish Church of St Mary & St Helen was the first site in the country to receive the prestigious North West Multi-Faith Tourism Award and it contains many interesting features for both Tourists and Historians alike. These include:-
Rare Viking Stones
A Font used at the baptism of Lady Hamilton
A Falklands Chapel rescued from HMS Plymouth
Many and varied Stained Glass Windows
The Original Charter for the Female Friendly Society

First Nativity Scene erected December 2015
at the east front of St Mary & St Helen

To view our stained glass windows, visit 'The Windows' page or via the history tab
Following the pandemic the income of our three churches, St Mary & St Helen Neston, St Michael’s Little Neston, and St Thomas’ Parkgate fallen but bills still have to be paid.
If you feel you could help to support the ongoing work of our churches you can do so by donating here online safe and secure.       
When making a payment you will be required to enter the 16 numbers on your card, the expiry date, and the 3 number security code. You can choose to donate £5, £10, £20 or £50 Thank you

The Font in the Parish Church
The Font in the Parish Church
The Font in which Lady Hamilton, mistress of Lord Nelson was Christened
Falklands Chapel inside the Parish Church
Falklands Chapel inside the Parish Church
A Mock Painted Grave Marker
A Mock Painted Grave Marker

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