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St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley
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Location Great Warley, Essex
Country England
Denomination Church of England
History
Status Active
Consecrated 1904
Architecture
Functional status Parish church
Heritage designation Grade I listed
Architect(s) Charles Harrison Townsend
Administration
Parish Great Warley
Deanery Deanery of Brentwood
Archdeaconry Archdeaconry of Chelmsford
Episcopal area Bradwell Episcopal Area
Diocese Diocese of Chelmsford
Clergy
Priest in charge The Revd Robert Binks
Curate(s) The Revd Adrian McConnaughie

St. Mary the Virgin is a Grade I listed parish church for Great Warley in the Brentwood borough of Essex, England. It is noted for its unique Modern Style (British Art Nouveau style) interior, designed by Sir William Reynolds-Stephens.

Built in 1902 with money and land donated by the Heseltine family, and consecrated in 1904, the church is Grade I listed. The architect was Charles Harrison Townsend.

The churchyard contains a war grave of a Royal Army Ordnance Corps officer of World War II.

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