We, the congregation of St Mary-le-Moor Church in Cadmore End believe that our church (the place, church community and various forms of worship) have value and meaning in this present day. Our church is well loved in the village and surrounding area, St Mary-le-Moor is a small church with a small congregation.
We are part of the Church of England and follow the traditions of this church, using for a large part the language, hymns and rituals of the church as adopted and developed locally. However we also aim to offer, through our services and through the buildings and churchyard, a place and a pattern of worship which will enable people from all backgrounds and of all beliefs (or none) to reflect and be renewed. The Church is open in the daylight hours whenever it can be, and there is a place at the back of the church where people may sit, light a candle and reflect or pray. There are short booklets to read, if required. The churchyard is also a place where people may sit and reflect, as well as visit their loved ones. The parish includes a Church Primary School of approx. 80 pupils who regularly use the church. The villagers actively support the church through in a variety of fundraising events and by caring for the church yard.