St Mary & St Joseph The Worker Church

St. Mary's, Park Street, Worksop, Notts, S80 1HH
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St Mary's Church on Park Street, Worksop was designed by the architect Matthew Hadfield and is in the Neo-gothic style. The land was donated by the 12th Duke of Norfolk and the church was built between 1838 and 1840. The roof is a copy of the magnificent hammer-beam roof in Westminster Hall.
The church was consecrated on 24th March 1926, and is now a Grade II listed building. The parish was within the Diocese of Nottingham until the formation of the Diocese of Hallam in 1980. It is part of the Bassetlaw Deanery.
On January 1st 2007 St Mary's joined with the other Worksop parish of St Joseph theWorker to form the new parish of St Mary & St Joseph the Worker.
The church underwent an extensive restoration programme in 2013-14. The church received support from Historic England. The church re-opened on 18th November 2014. The following evening the Church was rededicated by the Right Reverend Ralph Heskett,CSsR, Bishop of Hallam. St Mary's celebrated its 175th anniversary in 2015.
Many Catholic monarchs visited the church when staying as guests of the Dukes of Portland. The most notable was Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria shortly before his assassination at Sarajevo in 1914, which led to the start of the Great War.

Visitor Open Days

Visitors are welcome to the recently restored Church of St Mary's during the times below.

A fully illustrated Church Guide is available, giving a brief history and pointing out features of interest including the 15 stained glass windows, each telling its own story. Copies of the guide can be purchased for £4.50

Come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this beautiful 'hidden gem', and learn about the importance of this historic building to the town of Worksop.

Every Monday and Wednesday between 1st April and 2nd September (except bank holidays) from 11am – 5pm

There is no charge for entry although donations will be gratefully received. If you have any further queries please contact either the Parish Priest or the Parish secretary on 01909 473373 or email.

The church is also open for regular services and at other times by appointment. Details of church services can be found on the parish website.

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  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors - There are toilet facilities in church and there are extra toilets including disabled toilets in the hall adjacent to the church.

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking - There is limited car parking on site but there is a public car park a short walk away on Newgate Street. The church has ramped access from the car park. Should you need to park on site please contact the church on 01909 473373 or email prior to your visit.

Opening Times

St Mary & St Joseph The Worker Church (1 Apr 2022 - 2 Sep 2022)

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